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Disaster Artist: Tommy Boy

Good news, everyone: We found the role that James Franco was born to play. It is the part of Tommy Wiseau, the mysterious, eccentric...

Three Billboards: Justice Delayed

It did feel like Martin McDonagh had a great movie in him. The Irish playwright has been widely acclaimed in the theater world, but...

Lady Bird: So Long, Sacramento

The first time I was blown away by Saoirse Ronan, it wasn't by her performance in Atonement, which earned her her first Oscar nomination...

Coco: Música en Muerto

The question that has shadowed animation fans for decades has been, “Why doesn’t Pixar do a musical?” This became especially true after Pixar acquired...

Justice League: Come Together

By now, you've probably heard that in the comic-book world, it was DC Comics who first got the idea to put their superheroes together...

Orient Express: Strangers on a Train

Kenneth Branagh’s new version of Murder on the Orient Express feels curiously old-fashioned. Not because it’s set in 1934, but because Branagh is taking...

Wonderstruck: Bolt From the Blue

Six years ago, Martin Scorsese adapted Brian Selznick's illustrated novel The Invention of Hugo Cabret into an Oscar-nominated movie called Hugo. Now, the comparably...

Ragnarok: Hela Good

Back in 2015, I had just seen Taika Waititi’s What We Do in the Shadows when it was announced that the New Zealand director...

Suburbicon: Housing Plots

What good is any film critic who can't offer a contrary opinion once in a while? The advance word on Suburbicon has been downright...

Professor Marston: Golden Ropes

Sometimes, a high-profile film is followed by a movie on a related subject intended to capitalize on the first movie's expected success. (Remember 12...