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A typical -- but charming -- Disney product
Takashi Miike's 100th film is a work of beauty
Greta Gerwig infuses one of the most convention-bound genres in independent cinema with a sense of depth and freshness. Lady Bird is a joyous expression of adolescence, one sure not to be missed.
Unnerving scares can't save this film's dull narrative
The R.D. Laing biopic is painfully clichéd
A moving yet complicated depiction of police violence
Thor: Ragnarok takes popcorn over substance, but it's really good popcorn.
Madea makes a triumphant return!
Tired and contrived, The Snowman brings nothing new to the murder mystery genre
A fairly entertaining pre-packaged product
Fear of women is not a good look
Simple, familiar, but just refreshing enough to get by, Blumhouse has delivered another hit.
The brilliantly crafted 78/52 is more than just the careful deconstruction of a scene.
Stuck between childhood charm and adult gravity, the film is lost
A necessary but incredibly difficult film to watch
A unique perspective on the intersections of ethnicity, religion, and sexuality
A historical biopic focused on images over drama
Annoying and juvenile
There's nothing heartwarming about this mean-spirited tale of an aspiring rapper