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Remarkably, the film gradually neutralizes its apparent protagonist, adding to a harrowing experience.
Ken Jeong has had scene-stealing roles as oddball characters, but a little of his manic energy goes a long way.
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.
A superficial biography that fixates on Bobby Fischer's mental anguish rather than his chess conquests.
Disaster-monger Roland Emmerich reduces the historical 1969 riot to an afterthought and his characters to shallow caricatures.
Genuine, flawed characters and a frank tone about both sexuality and emotional hang-ups.
Strong performances by Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro are the lone highlights of Nancy Meyers's barely watchable film
The show’s version of Vegas is all sin and no city, with basic, glaring geography errors.
"An odd choice to bring back from the dead."
Despite lightweight characters, Baltasar Kormákur’s big-budget drama offers thrilling, visceral adventure.
The main cast of young people is as bland and forgettable as the end-of-the-world clichés they’re forced to navigate.
How Depp does "Whitey" Bulger.
Ryan Murphy brings the worst qualities of his previous shows to the abysmal Scream Queens.
A few clever sci-fi touches aside, Minority Report is a straightforward cop show.