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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.
Nicole Kidman stars as the titular American actress-turned-princess in the flick, which airs on Lifetime this week.
The flick is more interested in telling the audience about the importance of fun than in actually having any.
The film illustrates life under sharia law in Mali.
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.