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A girl dreams of chasing her eagle-training, fox-hunting dream, and a filmmaker turns her tale into a standard documentary.
With Alec Baldwin taking on infancy, laughing at a tot with a man's voice works once, but rarely after that.
This first-time effort grapples with the inescapable influence of home as two women fall in love in a small town.
James Franco stars as Michael Glatze, a man who went from gay activist to a Christian pastor in love with a woman.
Quirky rom-com meets murder-mystery thriller, complete with observational humour and not-as-conventional dark humour.
Martin Scorsese's latest both explores and tests faith, with rewarding, revelatory viewing the end result.
A subpar local comedy receives an even less pleasant sequel that's high on hijinks but low on surprises and laughs.
Cinema's colossal ape returns for an enjoyable stint of jungle-set, war-tinted monster mayhem.
A favourite comic book figure receives a fitting final chapter that's as emotionally piercing as his adamantium claws.
As schoolyard violence enlists educators rather than pupils, a likeable cast can't salvage this chaotic comedy.
Based on a true tale, this account of addiction and animals benefits from a star turn by the titular feline as himself.
Happy to stick to a formula rather than shine in its own right, Gold's quest for glittering success largely proves dull.
The undead franchise supposedly comes to an end with an over-edited mess that offers up more of the same.
M. Night Shyamalan plunges happily into spatially constrained, plot twist-restrained, psychological-thriller territory.
In the third effort in the extreme sports meets espionage franchise, you can't teach a returning character and star new tricks.
Come for sounds and stories – and stay for them – as Jim Jarmusch documents the zest and success of proto-punk greats The Stooges.
Natalie Portman proves entrancing and compelling in Pablo Larraín's intimate portrait of pain, loss, pageantry and legacy.
Monster trucks with real monsters inside isn’t the most complex concept, and nor are the exploits that result.
Justin Kurzel's third effort takes on a video game franchise with ample style, but with largely absent stakes and investment.
Slick but lacking surprises, Why Him? is the latest example of competitive male antics turned into supposedly comic entertainment.
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