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Nicole Kidman stars as the titular American actress-turned-princess in the flick, which airs on Lifetime this week.
The film illustrates life under sharia law in Mali.
The flick is more interested in telling the audience about the importance of fun than in actually having any.
Focusing on a divorce, the entire movie takes place in an Israeli courtroom and the waiting area just outside.
"In 1998, I set out from South America to forge the longest unbroken footpath in human history."
All the creepy set pieces and engaging performances are no match for the increasingly absurd exposition.
It’s a solid telling of Thomas Hardy’s classic story.
Most of the Western, available on Video on Demand this weekend, is a quiet, discursive journey with flashes of dry humor.
The freshness of the original has been replaced by a dutiful retread. And "Cups" will again be in your head for weeks.
The latest installment is a marvel of action choreography, even if the crashes and explosions get a little repetitive after a while.
The new Netflix show combines a superficially progressive premise with some creaky sitcom construction.
It’s like a cross between “Weird Al” Yankovic’s UHF and a Lifetime movie.
It’s a mess, but at least it’s a commendable mess.
This is a different kind of zombie film ... one with Arnold Schwarzenegger.