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Valerian: Space Races

Like Steven Spielberg, Luc Besson uses the latest in technology to breathe life into the comic books that fired his youthful imagination. His latest...

The Big Sick: Diss Ease

And now I've found the romantic comedy of the summer and perhaps the year. Nice to have that squared away. Kumail Nanjiani, the Pakistani-American...

Spider-Man: Peter’s Friends

I didn’t have much hopes for Spider-Man: Homecoming. This is the sixth film and the second reboot of the series in 15 years, and...

The Beguiled: Life and Limb

I'll start this review by admitting that I haven't read Thomas Cullinan's 1966 novel The Beguiled, which was first made into a movie in...

Baby Driver: Wright Turns

A movie like Baby Driver reminds me why I never cared for the Fast and the Furious series. I mean, it’s all well and...

Cars 3: Storm Chasers

Earlier this spring, Logan spun a beautiful yarn out of the cliché that says we all get old and die. Now Cars 3 picks...

It Comes at Night: Behind the Red Door

When the reviews said It Comes at Night was the next great horror film, I was agog with excitement, and it had to do...

Wonder Woman: War to End All War

I didn't have a chance to see Wonder Woman until there was a break in the Van Cliburn Competition. Now that I have, I...

Bay Be One More Time

Is there an actor around right now who’s better at playing dumb than Zac Efron? That’s what I wondered while watching Baywatch, and while...

Norman: Anonymous Donor

I caught Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer this past weekend at the AMC Grapevine Mills, and I...