COMMON SENSE MEDIA | The three-quel is more uplifting than the last installment.

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When a massage therapist is invited to an upscale dinner party, comedy and clarity of privilege ensue.

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The vigilante thriller/family dramedy bends genres to the breaking point.

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Third installment in Pixar’s talking-car franchise does not have the pep of the first two films.

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The 72-year-old actor delivers a low-key tutorial in the art of screen acting and cinematic seduction.

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The shadow of the Holocaust lends poignancy to the contrived story, based on a memoir.

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The film follows an Afghan rock band hoping to meet and play with Metallica.

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Documentary looks at the former New York City Ballet dancer as she prepares to take her final bow.

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In this Jerusalem-set movie, architectural failure is a metaphor for social breakdown, in religious and secular systems.

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The season's lineup includes something for everyone, from the live-action version of “Beauty and the Beast” to Shakespeare-inspired films.

They are, however, overjoyed that Tom Cruise's new version is getting terrible reviews.

COMMON SENSE MEDIA | Parent-oriented reviews of what’s on the big screen right now.

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The literary docudrama is, like its subject, remote to a fault.

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Daphne du Maurier’s novel gets a respectable adaptation with Rachel Weisz in the title role.

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Fact-based drama tells the story of one of the first female Marine dog handlers in Iraq.

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The Oscar-winner portrays several different characters rendering famous manifestos.

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Tilda Swinton brings the explorer and stateswoman Gertrude Bell to life in her own words, culled from letters and secret communiques.

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Trey Edward Shults’s second feature is a worthy follow-up to ‘Krisha.’

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The directorial debut of actress Zoe Lister-Jones is clever, with catchy tunes to match.

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The Tom Cruise movie has some thrills — just not enough to overcome this convoluted story.

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