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How about live-action Care Bears?
Supergirl has the same bright, geek-friendly tone that has worked so well for The Flash.
Steven Spielberg's latest flick makes rooting for integrity fun.
And while its atmosphere is spectacular, its story is a bit stale.
It harks back to a time when monsters were the main draw of scary movies.
The Austrian horror movie is more slow burn than all-out terror.
The movie a striking mix of melodrama and melancholy.
The film pretends to add to a beloved mythology while instead mostly just cheapening it.
Such remarkable courage deserves better.
A balance of strong humor with serious danger and uncertainty with a cast full of great actors.
Ken Jeong has had scene-stealing roles as oddball characters, but a little of his manic energy goes a long way.
Remarkably, the film gradually neutralizes its apparent protagonist, adding to a harrowing experience.
Elisabeth Moss re-teams with writer-director Alex Ross Perry.
The film tells the tale about Phillippe Petit's high-wire stunt at the World Trade Center in 1974.
Disaster-monger Roland Emmerich reduces the historical 1969 riot to an afterthought and his characters to shallow caricatures.