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You might think for a nanosecond that, after seeing footage of the...

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Marc Webb, who directed one of my all-time favorite rom-coms, (500) Days of Summer, gets it all wrong...

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By now, Robert Pattinson shouldn’t have to prove he can act. Cosmopolis, The Rover, Maps to the...

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So much is so wrong about The Dark Tower, the stunted film version of...

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Can you build a whole animated feature about emojis living inside the smartphone of a teen named Alex (Jake T. Austin)? It’s...

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On a scale of one to Adam Sandler screaming, Kyle Mooney would rate a solid six on the comic manchild-o-meter. Watch the...

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Nobody does the spy thing better than Charlize Theron – and unlike 007, she does it in...

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Call me surprised with a cherry on top. Girls Trip is not what it looks like on...

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After steadily charting nine Number One hits since 2008, anthem-roarer Katy Perry is stumbling through the fog and...

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Harry Styles doesn’t just want to be a rock star – he wants to be the rock star. And...

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DEBENHAMS revealed they are closing down a warehouse and putting 10 of its 176 UK stores ‘under review’ the...

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James Gray makes films like an explorer, digging for the details that define character and...

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If you want to hang with a trio of old-coot charmers, you could do worse...

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To director Cristian Mungiu, Romania is not just a country – it’s a state of mind. The 48-year-old...

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It’s the cannibal movie that caused people to faint at a film festival – this is what...

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Eloise (Anna Kendrick) is in a bit of a pickle. She’s been invited to a wedding, see. Specifically, her best...

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It would be easy to write off Before I Fall as the Groundhog Day of teen weepies – but...

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Charlie Day owns one of the highest-pitched male squeaks in the business and he puts it to hilarious use...

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Fifty Shades Dumber is more like it. In our shockingly generous one-star review of Fifty Shades of Grey in...

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Space – the final YA-romance frontier. Having already used vampirism, lycanthropy, terminal diseases, time travel, dystopic futures and a televised to-the-death...