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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

An idea sprung from the fertile grounds of pumping public domain titles with fanboy fodder, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies shames its heritage. read more

Kung Fu Panda 3
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Kung Fu Panda 3

An often exhilarating, kaleidoscopic manhua combining the traditions of overblown martial arts and the simple, fantastic stories of folklore, Kung Fu Panda 3 pushes the series forward towards its potential as a centerpiece of biculturalism. read more

Mojave
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Mojave

Mojave frames its bootstrap-pulling machismo through the pseudo-intellectual lens of Hollywood, going on a self-reflexive walkabout that never quite works. read more

Sisters
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Sisters

In Sisters, the house party runs rampant over its director, escaping its comedy reigns and trashing a perfectly average movie. read more

The Night Before
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The Night Before

The Night Before, a holiday Hangover, a spectacle comedy of man-children and pop culture riffs, rises above its raunchy reference humor thanks to its consequence-driven character exploration. read more

Spectre
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Spectre

Despite collapsing into clumsiness near the finale, Spectre's James Bond dovetails in a perfect combination of Craig-era romantic irony and classic 007 cool. read more

Goosebumps
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Goosebumps

The troubling Goosebumps hates itself, horror, and women in equal part. read more

Crimson Peak
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Crimson Peak

Beautiful and horrible, Crimson Peak has the discordant panache and meaty substance to be an instant horror classic and perennial Halloween favorite. read more

Bridge of Spies
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Bridge of Spies

An interesting story told at a third-grade level, Bridge of Spies's well-made mediocrity does disservice to its material. read more

The Martian
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The Martian

Outpacing the subpar, feel-good space-disaster films of the late '90s, The Martian's scruffy, lovable, and intelligent survival story does everything right. read more

Black Mass
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Black Mass

Johnny Depp's demonic turn as Whitey Bulger reminds us that he became a star for a reason in the otherwise forgettable crime flick Black Mass. read more

Everest
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Everest

An awe-inspiring setup loses its footing in the chaotic avalanche of Everest's final third. read more

The Visit
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The Visit

The Visit is writer/director M. Night Shyamalan's lukewarm resurgence, delivering his inevitable twist in a mediocre casing rather than an offensively schlocky shell. read more

Mistress America
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Mistress America

The second collaboration between writer/director Noah Baumbach and writer/actress Greta Gerwig, Mistress America is a funny, sweet condemnation and admiration of "creative types". read more

The End of the Tour
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The End of the Tour

A frank and fragile fluctuation between warmth and brittleness, The End of the Tour illustrates writer David Foster Wallace with an understated duel between self-conscious egos. read more

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