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The action is rote, the special effects are surprisingly poor and the character interactions are only occasionally entertaining.

‘Justice League’ delivers minor comic-book competence

November 16th, 2017

The action is rote, the special effects are surprisingly poor and the character interactions are only occasionally entertaining.

  • Everything in theaters this week, plus special screenings and movie reviews.

  • Sad Daze in Happy Valley drops November 17, with a release show one night later at Starboard Tack.

  • The "Mi Gente" hitmaker is nominated for two awards and set to perform at the 2017 Latin Grammy Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena.

  • Also, rock shows from Propagandhi, Beach Slang and Diarrhea Planet.

  • Her rampant vocal manipulation is distracting and distancing, while overuse of digital gloss robs other songs of personality.

  • Disorientation is part of the experience—you can’t step into the pool, you can’t go past the rope, you’re not quite sure what to think about ...

  • Like too many prestige TV shows, the seven-episode limited series is basically a feature film dragged out over multiple episodes.

  • “We ended up eating lunch at a food court and heading back to catch our flight.”

  • This film will be only a footnote in Richard Linklater’s rich career.

  • Director Stephen Chbosky deftly avoids many of the mawkish pitfalls endemic to this sort of inspirational story.

  • So far neither captures the excitement and creativity of the best Marvel movies (or comic books).

  • The title character is the kind of role writer/director Greta Gerwig might have played a decade ago.

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  • If recent setlists hold up, the Japanese trio will play droney new album Dear straight-through.

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