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The Chinese sci-fi adventure about a mother trying to save her son could benefit from a lighter touch.

  • Mark Jenkins
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Several interlocking stories cover one very long day and night in the vibrant city.

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Jai Courtney and Lily James head up a strong cast in the tense romantic thriller.

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The familiar formula that made this animated franchise work is starting to feel stale.

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Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst and Elle Fanning serve up a delicious slab of Southern Gothic horror.

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Ansel Elgort stars as a getaway driver in Edgar Wright’s crime spree recast as a jukebox musical.

The latest installment of the action-heavy franchise is, unsurpisingly, big on explosions.

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‘The Last Knight’ feels more like a checklist of action-movie cliches than a coherent story.

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Sally Hawkins shines as the folk artist Maud Lewis, a crank’s wife and, eventually, the accidental breadwinner.

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This post-apocalyptic fable envisions a world of cannibals and cultists on the fringes of an us-vs.-them society.

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Documentarian Steve James looks at the only bank to be indicted for fraud in the wake of the 2008 subprime mortgage scandal.

  • Pat Padua
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  • Jun 22
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COMMON SENSE MEDIA | The three-quel is more uplifting than the last installment.

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  • Jun 15
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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.

  • Mark Jenkins
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  • Jun 15
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The film follows an Afghan rock band hoping to meet and play with Metallica.

  • Christopher Kompanek
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  • Jun 15
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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.

  • Pat Padua
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  • Jun 15
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