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Every book adaptation should be this good.

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December 17th, 2014

Every book adaptation should be this good.

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    Weekly's helpful list of other things you could be doing with all that precious time.

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    A requiem for America this is definitely not.

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    "A big step in the right direction."

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    Ken Miller's going to miss this show more than Breaking Bad.

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    This is not the way to make an old franchise new again.

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    Is it a ghost, or a demon, or just a manifestation of her own ambivalence about being a parent?

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    Tommy Lee Jones demonstrates a clear affection for and understanding of the genre.

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    This biopic is less about Stephen than it is about Jane Wilde Hawking, who’s portrayed as indomitable and long-suffering.

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    Jennifer Aniston, Jamie Foxx and Kevin Spacey reprise their roles from the first movie in the most contrived ways possible.

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    Subjecting the feline to starring in a bargain-basement Lifetime Christmas movie seems like a form of animal cruelty.

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    Characters who are refreshingly funny in small doses aren’t necessarily suited to carrying entire movies.

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    Not all of them can feature beloved characters like Buddy the Elf and the toys of Toy Story.

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    Over-the-top camp or disturbing psychological thriller? The movie never succeeds at either.

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