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Everest may scale the shaky heights of its titular peak, but it does so from a solid base that starts with its high-profile cast.
A concept with potential becomes a nostalgic family-focused adventure effort lazily doing the bare minimum.
A tribute to a fan-made tribute to a beloved film, as expected Raiders! boasts an abundance of affection, amusement and nostalgia.
The latest dystopian young adult literature adaptation gets a perfunctory placeholder of a second big-screen instalment.
Italian filmmaker Nanni Moretti returns to the subject of grief in his latest intimate, authentic yet slight effort.
Re-uniting its stars and offering an off-kilter match of tales, styles and genres, this action-romance is a mixed bag.
Likeable turns from Robert Redford and Nick Nolte, plus scenic sights, can't quite stop this page-to-screen effort's meandering.
Charting the evolution of hiphop fashion, this light, breezy effort entertains while feeling like an off-the-rack compilation.
A surging, sprawling real-life rap tale is translated to the screen in fittingly fluid and freewheeling fashion.
Peter Bogdanovich tries to emulate his screwball greats, but She's Funny That Way is as superfluous and perfunctory as its title.
Guy Ritchie brings elegance to this TV-to-film adaptation, but what his effort boasts in aesthetics it lacks in general interest.
A knockout performance from Jake Gyllenhaal helps this standard boxing movie try to punch past its formula.
Disarming performances and a distinctive auteur combine for a devastating look at fraying friendships and mindsets.
Aesthetic, materialistic and romantic obsessions provide the fuel for a smart, scathing contemplation of chasing societal ideals.
An immersive audio-visual package is just the dressing on this blatantly heartstring-pulling, agenda-pushing cinema slideshow.
Pairing realism with impressionistic vigour, James White is a disarming character study and an incisive examination of loss.
An energetic look inside the Middle East's first-ever all-female rally-racing team, told with enthusiasm and affection.
Conflict, contemplation and even comedy springs from this thoughtful, tense and tender examination of budding femininity.
Gaspar Noé's latest film addresses copulation and connection on screen, but never feels like more than act of self gratification.
Comedian Amy Schumer's first big screen starring role is big on humour, and on rom-com formula.
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