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Starring Keanu Reeves, Wick’s latest adventure solidifies both the character and franchise’s action film credentials with a nod toward B-movie ideals. Laurence Fishburne also stars.
Starring Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner and directed by Denis Villeneuve, “Arrival” focuses on a novel concept involving the juncture of time and language.
Slowly rolled out around the turn of this year, “La La Land” as a revival of the film musical isn’t perfect. But it seems to be touching a 21st century nostalgia chord.
Jeff Nichols’ deeply introspective film "Loving" moves beyond a landmark 1960s Civil Rights case and gets up close and personal with the human beings at its heart.
“Dr. Strange” offers the most imaginative and astounding visuals yet in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But the characters and mythology often lack depth.
“Moonlight” is a sensitive, often beautiful meditation on the complex and confusing life experiences of its gay, conflicted central character, Chiron.
Starring Ben Affleck, this complex study of a functioning autistic anti-hero morphs into an unexpectedly tense action thriller loaded with memorable characters.
Clint Eastwood’s “Sully” is never coy about what it wants to accomplish. But this well wrought tale of an American hero stumbles when the NTSB enters the room.
What 20th Century Fox thought this film was going to be wasn’t actually the film director Luke Scott created.
The biggest problem in “War Dogs” is director Todd Phillips’ insistence on making characters David Packouz and Efraim Diveroli the focus of a troubling tale.