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Great cast, great soundtrack, and the writer/director of Once. We're in.
It's an odd mix of humor and drama, and doesn't really work.
They did this kind of thing way better 30 years ago.
Michae; Bay has done it again. The latest is bigger, louder and—heaven help us—much longer.
Josef Mengele hides from Naci-hunters in 1960s Argentina in this slow-burning thriller.
Donna is a struggling stand-up comic known for her unflinching honesty, which becomes problematic when she gets pregnant.
Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof returns to TV with this similar HBO series.
Political intrigue grounded in family dynamics.
At least the sequel doesn't reference Steve Harvey's relationship-advice book.
Clint Eastwood’s movie version turns into something mundane.
Call it Apocalypse Whatever.
Still, it could generate some excitement before foundering.
It's like TGIF all over again -- only worse.
Too many plot threads, not enough screen time.
It's a rehash of something that was tired to begin with.