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Hidden Gem of 2015: ‘Bone Tomahawk’
Kurt Russell starred in two westerns this year. You probably didn't hear about this one.
Hidden Gem of 2015: ’99 Homes’
A husband and father is evicted from his home, then goes to work doing the same thing.
Hidden Gem of 2015: ‘No Escape’
Sometimes you just want to see the world burn, and No Escape delivers.
Review: Don’t Hate ‘The Hateful Eight’
Quention Tarantino is back doing his Quentin Tarantino thing.
Review: It’s Ferrell vs. Wahlberg in ‘Daddy’s Home’
It's dad vs. stepdad in Daddy's Home, but does anyone--including the audience--win?
‘Point Break’ Review: The Point Where We Break
This unnecessary remake strips away most of what made the original so good.
The Revenant Review: DiCaprio Goes Full Bear
Leonardo DiCaprio does not get raped by a bear in The Revenant, but is the movie pain or pleasure?
Review: ‘Carol’ is Good, but Not That Good
Hey, it's Cate Blanchett doing her period-piece Cate Blanchett thing!
Five sisters become prisoners of traditional beliefs in this powerful Turkish drama.
Review: Jennifer Lawrence’s ‘Joy’ Not So Joyful
In the end, a movie about the maker of the Miracle Mop is about as good as you'd expect.
Review: ‘Concussion’ Not Quite a Knockout
Will Smith stars as the doctor who first studied brain damage in NFL players.
Review: ‘The Big Short’ Crashes
Critics love it. It has a great cast. But most people will walk away confused.
Review: ‘Pan’ Flies Onto DVD, But Don’t Bother
Director Joe Wright's film is visually arresting, but lacks humor and energy.
Show Your Kids ‘Krampus’ on Christmas Eve
And you thought if you were a bad kid, Santa would just give you coal.
‘The Danish Girl’ Review
Unless you are specifically interested in Lili Elbe's life story, there's not much here.
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Review: 'Avengers: Infinity War'
Wait, is 'Super Troopers 2' Actually Good?
Review: 'The Post' is Must-See Spielberg
Review: 'Rampage' is Like a Fine Wine