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Kristen Page-Kirby writes about film and arts for Express and The Washington Post. She previously worked at Express and had a weekly film column called The Reelist.
Though there is competition, this weekend’s event at the Washington Convention Center is really a celebration of all things Pokémon.
This live-action version of Nickelodeon’s animated TV series is all over the map.
Samuel L. Jackson stars as an old-school police detective in this intergenerational comedy.
Animated sequel about talking animals has some decent jokes, but it’s forgettable.
The actors became BFFs to portray BFFs in the raucous comedy about two brains looking to engage their other body parts.
Dennis Quaid stars in a manipulative melodrama about the human-canine connection.
“Detective Pikachu” features cool world-building — and a smart-mouthed yellow rodent.
After nearly a decade of musing about films — including a universe of Marvel movies — Kristen Page-Kirby is wrapping up her column.
The Washington Jewish Film Festival and the Washington Jewish Music Festival have been longtime staples of the D.C. scene. Now they've combined into something new that goes beyond movies and music.
You've got your choice of "Network," a kind-of-silent "Peter Pan" — or around 120 other films.