Yakuza Apocalypse is what it looks like when Takashi Miike takes on the gangland action flick.
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An update of J.M. Barrie’s tale for our time, full of unnecessary origin storytelling and cacophonous battle sequences.
Freeheld admirably speaks out against LGBT discrimination, but with the tone and style of a televised melodrama.
Filmmakers are digging deeper for their portraits of real-life figures.
A horror comedy that expertly executes both screams and laughs.
Amy Berg’s new documentary has few answers, but no shortage of blistering facts.
Sometimes, the scariest people in the world are the ones you can’t stop.
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The latest Maze Runner moves forward without getting anywhere
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Up to this point, the Transporter series has served as the Corn Nuts of modern action cinema. It’s better than the worst of its ilk you could find, while simultaneously bearing no resemblance to any options of truly superior quality. …