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A creature of habit adds a few more chills to the Conjuring universe.
Catastrophe rains down on a beleaguered family, in a horror movie that brews an impressive amount of dread.
This surprise Denz-sploitation sequel is neatly effective in places but will leave you with little appetite for thirds.
A soccer mom goes rogue in a movie that's not only fear-mongering and racist – it's utterly inept.
Emma Thompson shines in this adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novel.
Bursting with attitude and heart, Hollywood's first Asian-centric rom-com in years makes up for lost time in a big way.
It’s a real feat when a film can address serious topics in society and balance it with a sense of well-timed levity.
Hang on to your hats, Ethan Hunt’s back, better and bolder than ever.
Think protecting mere mortals is hard? Try parenting.
Fulfilling humankind’s urgent need for cuddly stuffed bears in the marmalade-sweet wake of ‘Paddington 2’, Disney’s live-action-animation hybrid ‘Christopher Robin’ – starring the honey-loving Pooh – is big-hearted yet unexciting. While the newly imagined adventures of the grown-up Christopher (Ewan McGregor, a long way from ‘Trainspotting’) and his amiable childhood pals from Hundred Acre Wood place journeyman director Marc Forster straight back into enchanting ‘Finding Neverland territory, this mid-20th-century tale doesn’t quite summon the same magical, childlike wonder. Still, there is ample sweetness here for especially young kids and enough nostalgia for adult devotees of A. A. Milne’s beloved stories. Channeling ‘Hook’s workaholic ex-Peter Pan, Christopher unhappily cancels his countryside travel plans with his loving wife Evelyn (Hayley Atwell) and precocious daughter Madeline (Bronte Carmichael), to toil overtime for his notoriously brutal employer, Winslow Luggage. Unexpectedly reuniting with the ever-hungry Winnie and the rest of the lovable clan over a weekend (sarcastically gloomy Eeyore, enthusiastic Tigger and the fearful Piglet, among them), Christopher remembers life’s simple pleasures and rekindles his youthful spirit. He learns an especially important lesson about family when Madeline teams up with the loyal critters to save her dad’s job by delivering him a misplaced briefcase. Startlingly basic for a film jointly written by team that includes brainy ind
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The latest Star Wars spin-off focuses on a young Han Solo.
Josh Brolin joins the fray as Cable, taking on Ryan Reynolds’s wisecracking eponymous assassin.
This take on Madeleine L’Engle’s 1962 sci-fi classic has an alive mind but you’ll wish it would stop telling you once in a while.
Never take pity on a film critic. Instead, let it suffice to say that we look forward to you seeing Hereditary and then joining us in having several sleepless nights peering into dark corners and gnawing your fingernails off.