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Movie Reviews

Anthony Bourdain doc ‘an act of therapy’ for an acute loss

“Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain” is a celebration of Bourdain’s life.

‘For the culture’: The moment arrives for ‘In the Heights’

The movie is an exuberant celebration of the Latino immigrant experience.

‘Plan B’ is this summer’s first-choice teen comedy

Plan B has a comic rhythm and perspective of its own.

Cult Cartel: A movie making the difference

Cult Cartel is the story of a rescue mission by many of those who have managed to escape.

Review: Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo go on a beach romp

The film nicely sends up spy capers, Broadway, and buddy movies.

Review: Pixar’s ‘Soul’ joins mid-life crisis, jazz fantasia

Pixar may have started simple with talking toys, but their concepts have grown increasingly elaborate.

Toxic Masculinity in a Sitcom Package in ‘Shaft’

The latest “Shaft” adds a new generation of bad mother s not what you might expect.

Review: ‘Creed II’ Goes More Than the Distance. It’s a KO

The weight of legacy hangs heavily over “Creed II.” Three and a half stars out of four.

Review: This New ‘Grinch’ Film Will Only Make you Flinch

In ”Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch ,” liberties are taken. Some are just padding, some quite mistaken.

Review: ‘Hunter Killer’ is a Submarine Movie on Steroid

There are so many good movies in theaters right now. Gerard Butler submarine movie ”Hunter Killer” is not.

Chazelle’s ‘First Man’ is at Once Intimate and Grand

“First Man,” the latest installment in director Damien Chazelle’s meteoric career.

Spike Lee’s ‘BlacKkKlansman’ is Daring and Essential

In 1979, a man named Ron Stallworth who was the first African-American police officer and detective in the Colorado Springs Police Department also became...

Review: Bask in the Effervescent Insanity of ‘Mamma Mia 2’

“Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again ” is a wholly ridiculous movie that I thoroughly enjoyed.

Review: Family Fun and Insight in Sprightly ‘Incredibles 2’

The sequel of “Incredibles 2” is a buoyant and quick-witted romp, not bound by time or aging actors.

Review: By-the-numbers ‘Ocean’s 8’ Covers Familiar Territory

Steven Soderbergh’s “Ocean’s Eleven” remake is a hard movie to live up to.

Review: ‘Book Club’ is a Corny but Sweet Look at Sex, Aging

There is lots and lots of fine wine in “Book Club” — in fact, it seems like nobody’s allowed to have a conversation after 4 p.m. without an oversized glass of Chardonnay.

Dwayne Johnson Survives the Rubble that is ‘Rampage’

Dwayne Johnson is for once the diminutive one in “Rampage,” a hopelessly bland and bizarrely self-serious monster movie.

Review: Plenty to Love in Film About Borg Versus McEnroe

Shia LaBeouf plays McEnroe and Sverrir Gudnason plays Borg and they’re both fantastic. “Borg Vs. McEnroe,” a Neon release, is rated R.

With Vikander Leading, ‘Tomb Raider’ isn’t Half Bad

“Tomb Raider ,” which has elements of “Indiana Jones,” ″Batman” and even “Tron: Legacy,” but with an angsty young woman at the center instead of an angsty young man.

Review: ‘Red Sparrow’ with Jennifer Lawrence Never Takes Off

In the James Bond films, sex with a globe-trotting spy seems to be fun, fun, fun. Not so in the new thriller “Red Sparrow ."

Review: Documentary Looks Back Wistfully at Obama-era Diplomacy

Is “The Final Year” a fly-on-the-wall documentary along the lines of “The War Room” or the terrific, gasp-inducing “Weiner”?

As Moving as it is Colorful, ‘Coco’ a Joy for All

“Coco” is a rich experience for any audience: a story of family and culture, death and transcendence, all set to vibrant Latin music and awash in the brilliant colors and dazzling designs.

‘Justice League’, an Enjoyable Watch with a Disappointing Box Opening Day

“Justice League” feels nearly identical to so many of the superhero movies that have come before.

Review: An Edgeless Satire in George Clooney’s ‘Suburbicon’

“Suburbicon,” a Paramount Pictures release, is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for “violence, language and some sexuality.” Running time: 104 minutes. Two stars out of four.

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