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The dino franchise lumbers into derivative territory in a mash-up of prehistoric creatures, erupting volcanos and gothic houses.
This enjoyable jaunt through Han Solo’s origins charts expected territory, but the latest Star Wars side story still engages.
Might versus right set in a picturesque fishing village populated by gentle and the not so gentle – a small tale of human viciousness.
The wisecracking superhero is back, once again trying to pass off snarky, self-referential gags as substance.
Chronicling a powerful year in the band’s history, this documentary is at its best when it’s capturing their fans’ passion.
It might delve into parallel worlds, but this Australian sci-fi effort can’t find its own space or escape its generic nature.
Richard Linklater’s latest again explores the influence of the past on the present, but can’t always balance its varied tones.
Marvel's massive superhero mash-up proceeds with purpose and precision, and earns the 19-film investment of its audience.
Resilient Brits, a holidaying heroine and heightened emotions combine in this warm but undemanding romantic mystery.
17 years after the first comic cop effort, this stretched sequel proves a dire rehash.
Based on the titular party game, this teen horror effort starts with a parade of clichés and continues in the same fashion.
This monster mash lurches through its cartoonish carnage, relying heavily upon Dwayne Johnson’s charms.
Steven Spielberg’s VR-set pop culture onslaught packages ‘80s nostalgia for quick, easy, shiny consumption, but fails to engage.
The first mainstream romantic comedy with a gay teenage protagonist, this heartfelt effort charms despite its evident formula.
The wild night-focused comedy gets a refreshing dose of perspective, ditching humiliation for empathy.
A largely routine reboot that benefits from a refreshing take on its protagonist and well-staged action scenes.
Switzerland's The Devine Order is a timely reminder of why western women enjoy the freedoms we do, and the crucial fight to keep them.
See You Up There (Au Revoir La Haut) is a gorgeously sensual anti-war statement, among many other things.
Set within the Orthodox Jewish community, this insightful film proves naturalistic in its look and authentic in its emotions.
The derivative heist thriller owes a considerable debt to its influences, but can’t shape them into an involving action effort.
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