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It doesn't help that special effects that were groundbreaking in 1993 are now commonplace.
The film does little to indicate why Yves Saint Laurent was such an artistic genius.
Don't worry, this dramedy about an aimless retiree doesn’t spend time wallowing in misery.
For all its flash, it’s missing an essential ingredient—magic.
McCarthy delivers the laughs, with Jason Statham mocking his own tough-guy image to hilarious effect.
Wilson was and is a musical genius and a fragile man, and Love & Mercy presents both of those sides as real and human.
Is anyone still waiting for the Wachowskis to retake their “visionaries” label?
The flick provides little rewards for the die-hards who finished the series.
There’s a charming movie somewhere there, but it’s buried deep under this wreck of conflicting tones and storylines.
California is nearly destroyed by earthquakes, but the human spirit always prevails in the cheesiest way possible.
Based on a true story only recently resolved in court, the French drama is in incisive character study.
It's a huge hit in its native Sweden, but comedy often has trouble translating.
The best film that screened, Sicario starring Emily Blunt and Josh Brolin, went home empty-handed. Find more on this year's film fest here.
The brisk pacing is the sole improvement over the meandering, overlong original.