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Stacked up against one of the most celebrated novels of all time, Ron Howard's film looks pretty paltry.
The network’s programming is shifting back toward science fiction, with an emphasis on adapting well-regarded source material.
How about a little Christmas Evil to get you in the holiday spirit?
William Riead could at least make her (or anyone else in the movie) an interesting character.
The show was probably loads of fun for the people involved, but the feeling doesn’t necessarily carry over to the viewing audience.
Lee handles the topic about as gracefully as a screaming op-ed piece.
The film features Sylvester Stallone’s best performance in a long time.
But James McAvoy gives a brightly manic performance as the title character.
Dalton Trumbo was a brilliant writer who sacrificed his career and his family life to stand up for what he believed in.
Eilis is a good person who deserves a good life, and even through her occasional inner turmoil, she’s able to achieve it.
Not surprisingly for Pixar, the animation is gorgeous to look at, and it’s solid, pleasurable entertainment for kids.
Their life is full of ennui, thanks to a previous tragedy alluded to throughout the movie but only revealed at the end.
The Naughty Christmas Comedy is a way of flirting with the dark side to illustrate the Nice.
"...a bit monotonous, and the grim tone doesn’t help."
Jennifer Lawrence, as ever, is excellent as Katniss.