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Review: ‘Jim and Andy’ explores Carrey’s Kaufman role

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New movies this week: 'Wonder,' 'Justice League'

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Review: ‘Mayhem’ takes aim at corporate culture

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Review: Two stories never connect in ‘Wonderstruck’

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Review: ‘Mayhem’ climbs blood-stained corporate ladder

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Review: ‘Daddy’s Home 2’ has some inspired moments

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Disney ends L.A. Times ban after widespread backlash

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‘Justice League’ disappoints with $96M opening
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Review: ‘Holy Air’ is a tale of modern-day Nazareth
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Review: ‘Jim and Andy’ explores Carrey’s Kaufman role
Netflix. documentary gives insight into Jim Carrey’s role as Andy Kaufman in 1999’s ‘Man on the Moon’ “Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond” is an exploration of identity that goes beyond its subject matter to dig into the guises we create for ourselves and the faces we put on for the world. In that sense, it’s more successful than the movie that it’s about   Read More ...
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Review: Masterful ‘Three Billboards’ one of year’s best
“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” is a powder keg of rage and raw emotion that deftly dances on the line between dark comedy and wrenching drama. Beyond being one of the year’s absolute best films, it is a triumph for writer-director Martin McDonagh and its tremendous ensemble cast. There’s a scene early on in the film that exemplifies its ability to masterfully maneuver tone   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Wonder’ is warmhearted without being cheap
Based on the bestseller, this film about a 5th grader with a facial deformity doesn’t settle for easy sentimentality “Wonder” shows how a film can have heart without being sappy. Based on R.J. Palacio’s 2012 bestseller, it tells the story of Auggie Pullman (“Room’s” Jacob Tremblay), a 5th-grader with a facial deformity, and the family and friends that make up his world   Read More ...
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Review: In superb ‘Lady Bird,’ Gerwig spreads her wings
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‘Titanic’ sailing back into theaters for one week
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Review: ‘Justice League’ can’t loosen its stiff armor
You can see the DC Comics mashup trying to have fun, but things never come together for Batman and his friends “Justice League” is a supersize snooze, a superhero mashup that is as stiff as Ben Affleck’s upper lip. To be fair, this converging of comics is looser than last year’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” a numbing, pounding headache that set out to punish its viewers   Read More ...
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Doc follows quest of the man who would be Rocky
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New movies this week: 'Wonder,' 'Justice League'
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook New movies this week: 'Wonder,' 'Justice League' Also opening Nov. 17: 'The Star,' 'Lady Bird,' 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.   Read More ...
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Detroit strip club owner's colorful life could become a movie
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Review: ‘Mayhem’ takes aim at corporate culture
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Review: Charming ‘Wonderstruck’ tells tales from 2 eras
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Review: Two stories never connect in ‘Wonderstruck’
In rural Minnesota in 1977, a 12-year-old boy is rendered deaf by a lightning strike. Fifty years earlier, a deaf girl in Hoboken, New Jersey, flees to New York in search of her mother. The hows and whys of their connections are at the center of “Wonderstruck,” and the frays between those connections are what muffle this childhood fantasy that aims for whimsical, but lands well short of its goal   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Mayhem’ climbs blood-stained corporate ladder
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Review: Branagh drives all-star ‘Orient Express’ remake
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Can the re-release of the movie 'Detroit' make it an Oscar contender?
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook Can the re-release of the movie 'Detroit' make it an Oscar contender? The searing drama from director Kathryn Bigelow returns to theaters in time to spark Oscar consideration, but the odds seem against it. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Daddy’s Home 2’ has some inspired moments
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Review: ‘Daddy’s Home 2’ delightful and off at times
“Daddy’s Home 2” just might have to meet “A Bad Moms Christmas” outside in the parking lot to rumble over this turf war. Both films are seasonal romps about intergenerational love, acceptance and different parenting styles, but “Daddy’s Home 2” slightly gets the edge. The surreal and silly sequel to the hit 2015 comedy skates on the well-known, but still-appealing comic personas of stars Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg and their zany chemistry   Read More ...
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Disney hopes for blockbuster in newest ‘Star Wars’
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Review: ‘Orient Express’ remake is stylish but sluggish
Kenneth Branagh’s “Murder on the Orient Express “ is a visual feast that’s bursting with movie stars, glamour and production value so high you might just exit the theater experiencing some time-warp whiplash. Certainly no studio would make a straightforward, classical whodunit with a budget the size of a modest superhero pic nowadays. What year is this anyway? But against all odds and logic, here we have, in the waning days of 2017, a perfectly decent adaptation of Agatha Christie’s 1934 novel with the likes of Michelle Pfeiffer, Penelope Cruz, Johnny Depp, Judi Dench and Branagh himself lighting up the big screen and chewing the decadent scenery like old-fashioned stars   Read More ...
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‘8 Mile’ lights up 8 Mile on film’s 15th anniversary
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New movies this week: 'Daddy's Home 2'
Sequel to the 2015 comedy hit finds father Dusty (Mark Wahlberg) and stepfather Brad (Will Ferrell) joining forces to create a perfect Christmas for their kids. However, things get turbulent when Dusty’s macho dad (Mel Gibson) and Brad’s wimpy dad (John Lithgow) arrive on the scene. Rated PG-13 for mature themes, crude content and language. Screenings Thursday. “MAYHEM”: A mysterious virus that causes people to act out their wildest impulses infects an office building   Read More ...
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Disney ends L.A. Times ban after widespread backlash
New York — The Walt Disney Co. on Tuesday lifted its ban of Los Angeles Times reporters and critics from its press screenings after a widespread backlash prompted several media outlets to announce their own boycotts of Disney movies. In a statement Tuesday, Disney said it was restoring access to the newspaper after “productive discussions with the newly installed leadership” at the Los Angeles Times   Read More ...
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Film critics bar Disney over L.A. Times dispute
Los Angeles — Four prominent film critics groups say they will bar Walt Disney Co. films from receiving awards consideration over the company’s decision to bar the Los Angeles Times from advance screenings of its films and access to its talent. Disney said last week the Times disregarded “basic journalistic standards” in a series of reports on the relationship between the city of Anaheim and Disneyland Resort   Read More ...
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’90s on Maple secret cinema series continues with 1995
The ’90s on Maple secret cinema film series with Detroit News film critic Adam Graham continues Monday, Nov. 27 with the year 1995. It was the year that Coolio’s “Gangsta’s Paradise” was at the top of the charts, O.J. Simpson was found not guilty of murder and the San Francisco 49ers beat the San Diego Chargers in the Super Bowl. Because its secret cinema, we can’t tell you which 1995 flick Graham will show, but we can give a clue: it didn’t win any Oscars, but the film and its star did win an MTV Movie Award   Read More ...
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‘Thor: Ragnarok,’ Disney flex might in $121M debut
New York — “Thor: Ragnarok” thundered to one of the year’s best box-office debuts with an estimated $121 million domestically, proving again — just as its flexing its muscle — the might of the Walt Disney Co. The robust debut for Marvel’s third “Thor” movie was a welcome shot in the arm for Hollywood and theater owners who have suffered through a historically dismal August and terrible October at the box office   Read More ...
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Wonder Woman, Billie Jean King, Valkyrie and the rest of my fantasy film friends from 2017
After seeing "Thor: Ragnarok," I didn't dwell on Chris Hemsworth's haircut or Jeff Goldblum's eyeliner or even the expanded vocabulary of Mark Ruffalo when he's in Hulk mode. I left thinking it would be great to have Tessa Thompson, who plays the kick-butt character Valkyrie, on my side. "Thor: Ragnarok" is the latest movie of 2017 to feature a female character who breaks the mold, cracks the glass ceiling, speaks truth to power and so on   Read More ...
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Review: Woody Harrelson tries hard in a tepid ‘LBJ’
Director Rob Reiner’s “LBJ,” starring Woody Harrelson facially encased in latex and makeup best categorized as a good try, arrives in theaters a year after its Toronto International Film Festival premiere, and 16 months after “All the Way” (Bryan Cranston reprising his juicy Tony Award-winning performance) debuted on HBO. The timing puts this latest LBJ screen portrait at a disadvantage. It’s a passably engaging biopic focusing on a few short and hugely eventful years in the life of the 36th U   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ makes jokes out of everything
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Review: With ‘Ragnarok,’ Marvel launches Thor 2.0
In the stand-alone films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Thor always seemed to get the short end of the stick. The Thor films were never as popular as Iron Man and didn’t gain steam like Captain America. They were perhaps a little too serious and a little too dull — none of which was the fault of star Chris Hemsworth, whose performances in the role have been seamless and charming   Read More ...
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Beyonce cast as lioness Nala in live-action 'Lion King'
Beyonce will star as the lioness Nala, who turns love-interest to lion Simba in the live-action Walt Disney studios announced on Tuesday. Chiwetel Ejiofor will play the role of the infamous villain lion Scar in the adaptation directed by Jon Favreau due out July 19, 2019. The new cast will join Donald Glover (Solo: A Star Wars Story) as future lion king Simba in the adaptation   Read More ...
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Review: Women deserve better than ‘Bad Moms Christmas’
In “A Bad Moms Christmas,” it’s double the moms, double the bad. Last time around, a year and change ago, the bad moms of the title were just a trio of Wine Moms: Amy (Mila Kunis), Kiki (Kristen Bell) and Carla (Kathryn Hahn). They let loose with some shots while letting go of perfectionism. Now their moms — Ruth (Christine Baranski), Sandy (Cheryl Hines) and Isis (Susan Sarandon) — are in town for the holidays, and we’ve got a veritable cornucopia of naughty mommies   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Bad Moms Christmas’ a holiday treat for no one
The holiday-themed sequel to last year’s hit is one of the year’s worst movies The holiday season has barely started and already we have our first lump of coal. “A Bad Moms Christmas” is not only an insipid, uninspired sequel to last year’s hit comedy, it’s an embarrassment for all parties involved. With no grounding in anything resembling reality, its characters behave like sociopaths while the script wraps them in a blanket of holiday cliches   Read More ...
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Review: ‘All I See Is You’ is refreshingly unpredictable
The relationship between a blind woman and her husband changes once she regains her sight. Jason Clarke and Blake Lively star in the thriller. Wochit. The premise of “All I See Is You,” wherein Blake Lively stars as a blind woman who has her sight restored, sounds, on the surface, unfortunately sentimental. Thankfully, the film itself is far weirder than that   Read More ...
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Review: Vengeful teen is terrifying in ‘Sacred Deer’
The work of Greek auteur Yorgos Lanthimos isn’t for everyone. But there’s a deep satisfaction to be found in his highly ironic, studiously styled and bizarre explorations of the human condition. His latest film, “The Killing of a Sacred Deer,” is possibly his darkest yet. Lanthimos is fixated on dystopian family dynamics and insular cult-like groups in which reality is tilted off its axis   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Christopher Robin’ reveals unhappy side of A.A. Milne
Coming to cinemas on September 29, Goodbye Christopher Robin is a film about a renowned author and a very famous bear. It reveals the relationship between author A.A. Milne and his son Christopher Robin, whose toys inspired the magical world of Winnie the Pooh. Delivering humour and blunt one liners, Margot Robbie takes on the role of Daphne Milne, wife to A   Read More ...
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