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Neil Young’s latest LP with heartland-rock band Promise of the Real opens with “Already Great,”...

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Kate Winslet is on fire in Woody Allen’s Wonder Wheel, playing Ginny, an unhappily married waitress living near the boardwalk on Brooklyn’s...

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Director, producer, actor – James Franco is firing on all creative cylinders in The Disaster Artist, and it’s telling...

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Gary Oldman is one of the greatest actors on the planet – and he proves it again as Winston Churchill...

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With its cast of skeletons and macabre “I see dead people” vibe, Coco may be the strangest...

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Here’s the movie of the year for incurable romantics, a rapturous ode to first love that sweeps...

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On the surface. Wonder looks like the kind of family-pandering pap that makes me...

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For those who loathe Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and they are legion, Justice League...

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In terms of opening scenes, Thelma – Norwegian director’s Joachim Trier’s toe-dip into horror, albeit one burdened with footnotes...

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“I swear I don’t love the drama – it loves me!” Now there’s a credo...

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Is this a joke? That’s the first reaction you have when you hear...

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Swedish writer-director Ruben Ostlund proved himself a force to reckon with, especially with 2014’s Force Majeure, a...

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Don’t mess with Melissa Leo. As Novitiate‘s Reverend Mother Marie St. Claire, the boss lady who calls the shots at...

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A wrenching love story, set in Paris in the early 1990s, told against the background of...

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Before you start yawning and think you’d rather die than...

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Ray (Ben Mendelsohn) runs a British manufacturing plant; he’s also a pedophile who seduced a neighbor, named Una, when he...

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What if Jack London wrote rugged nature tales about his father issues? Filmmakers Alex and Andrew...

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Willem Dafoe should be on top of Oscar’s Best Supporting Actor list for his stellar work in The...

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The name Mark Felt might not strike a chord – replace it with the moniker “Deep...

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I’m dumbfounded by the idea of remaking a movie that was no damn good in...