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Movie Reviews
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Completists of the dance-showcasing “Step Up” franchise may find this fifth outing in the series enjoyable; others will wonder where the plot went. Director Trish Sie and screenwriter … more
This bleak but powerful seriocomedy, set in rural Ireland, kicks off with a startling premise: In the confessional, a grown victim of childhood sex abuse by a priest tells the dedicated pastor … more
Director Tate Taylor’s portrait of the gifted but volatile “godfather of soul,” singer James Brown (1933-2006), features an impassioned performance by Chadwick Boseman in the … more
Food-themed romantic fantasy in which an Indian clan of restaurateurs (headed by patriarch Om Puri) moves to a small town in France and sets up shop across the road from the region’s most … more
A crew of professional storm chasers (led by Matt Walsh and Sarah Wayne Callies) along with some of the residents of a small Midwestern burg — most prominently dad Richard Armitage and sons Max … more
Thirty years after bursting onto the comic book scene, the wise-cracking, pizza-loving heroes created by Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman re-emerge from the sewers of New York City. Their mission, once … more
Writer-director Woody Allen revisits the age-old debate between faith and reason, between a strictly rationalist standpoint and openness to Divine Providence, in this, his 44th film, a period comedy … more
Weak comedy in which two down-on-their-luck roommates (Damon Wayans Jr. and Jake Johnson) pose as Los Angeles police officers. What begins as a practical joke becomes potentially deadly when they … more
The principal amusement factor for viewers of this second action sequel — which is, thankfully, considerably less gory than its predecessors — is to marvel at how director Patrick Hughes keeps … more
NEW YORK (CNS) — A tearjerker for teens, "If I Stay" (Warner Bros.) glamorizes the physical relationship between its two leads, making it totally unsuitable for its target audience. And it's … more
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