John Henry
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John Henry

For a film named after an iconic folk hero, John Henry is both uninspired and…

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The Gentlemen
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The Gentlemen

Ritchie is back to doing what he does best: sharp and stylish gangster pictures populated…

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Bad Boys for Life
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Bad Boys for Life

If they’re no longer fast-talking, young mavericks shooting first and asking questions later, then aren’t…

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Dolittle
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Dolittle

Gaghan has essentially never had a real hit and Universal let him make this monstrosity…

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Rediscover: Daddy Longlegs
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Rediscover: Daddy Longlegs

Daddy Longlegs is essential viewing for unpacking both the Safdie Brothers' work and their approach…

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Inherit the Viper
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Inherit the Viper

A competent debut for a new filmmaker and a reminder how good a clearly forgotten…

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Three Christs
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Three Christs

It’s unfortunate that the film itself isn’t as piercing and inventive as the performers inside…

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What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael
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What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael

A watchable exercise and entertaining enough for fans and detractors of Kael’s work alike.

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Just Mercy
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Just Mercy

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Whether or not The Rise of Skywalker is actually a good movie feels like a…

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