Tomb Raider

The movie does ultimately reduce Lara in a variety of ways by the time the credits roll.

Love, Simon

The charming and compassionate Love, Simon feels revolutionary.

7 Days in Entebbe

These characters come across, at most, as shallow representatives for their respective side or, at least, pawns in an admittedly detailed dramatization of history.

The Death of Stalin

The film is ruthless in its dissection of these people.

Dear Dictator

It's intentionally odd without any apparent goal beyond being odd.

A Wrinkle in Time

Much of the exposition here seems cobbled together with little focus or much thought.

The Strangers: Prey at Night

The Strangers: Prey at Night is an unexpected anomaly—a sequel that both is better than and fixes the problems of its predecessor.

The Hurricane Heist

Is it too much to ask that a movie called The Hurricane Heist simply embrace the spectacular silliness of its premise?


There's something both admirable and off-putting about the elaborate plotting of Gringo.


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