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Taking on a manga and anime classic, this Hollywood remake fuses the old, new, living and robotic in lavish, not slavish, fashion.
Giving a superhero the feature-length brick-built cinema treatment, this animated spinoff starts strong but soon turns standard.
Extra-terrestrial life onboard the International Space Station breed a familiar but tense and engaging sci-fi thriler.
Jacques-Yves Cousteau's life and work inspires an episodic biopic boosted by stunning underwater cinematography.
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.
Natalie Portman proves entrancing and compelling in Pablo Larraín's intimate portrait of pain, loss, pageantry and legacy.
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