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The character of Robert McCall, played in now two movies directed by Antoine Fuqua, barely resembles the TV version, and it's not because he's now of a different race. McCall … more
The producers of "The First Purge" want to poke a raw nerve with a sharp stick. And whether you flinch when they do could determine whether you take this movie as an elaborate … more
The first sequence in the "Sicario" sequel seems straight out of the POTUS playbook for why "the wall" must be built. Middle Eastern terrorists are shown sneaking over the … more
Helen and Bob Parr are your typical early 1960's couple. They work hard while raising a preteen daughter, a precocious boy, and a rambunctious toddler ... more
One might imagine a film having a minimal cast to be ideal. In the case of "Adrift," there is the added appeal of working with two attractive actors beloved by fans eager to … more
This week, we go from the streets of NYC to the the cold of the great plains to discover two interesting bands. more
Bright Tempo grade: B- The line between comedy and serious drama is as thin as a fairy’s wing, and in the new Netflix original movie, “Bright,” the difference is even thinner. … more
There are a few laughs in the new Will Ferrell-Amy Poehler comedy, but they are almost accidental and surely not part of the script that seems to have been scribbled on 3-inch-by-5-inch cards in … more
There isn’t a whole lot to Johannes Roberts’ shark-bait thriller, “47 Meters Down.” The actors are middle-of-the-road. The plot is “Jaws”-light. And, because the … more
  Mothers and their children — good, bad, saintly or incredibly, violently evil — have always been at the core of Ridley Scott’s “Alien” saga. Even the … more
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