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A dystopic sci-fi actioner that buries its intriguing concept beneath a deluge of cliches.
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Marlon Wayans goes into physical overtime to enliven this familiar time-loop comedy.
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Christopher Nolan masterfully reimagines the war movie with clockwork precision.
Celebrate the land of the free YouTube disaster clips.
Illumination’s latest exercise in candy-colored branding is a tolerable return to form.
A singular journey through battlefields, into haunted hotels, and across the universe.
Ken Loach’s Palme d’Or winner offers an empathetic vision of everyday poverty.
A modern-era warmongering satire with a darkly ironic bite and a standout leading turn.
The fifth installment in Disney’s billion-dollar series is soggy and bloated by all of its excess.