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Review: ‘Mortal Engines’ steamrolls audiences with its banality Special

‘Mortal Engines’ squanders away its potential by getting caught up in the minutiae of a story that would’ve played better without the trivial details.

Review: ‘Mary Queen of Scots’ deserves royal assent Special

‘Mary Queen of Scots’ is the inspiring and bitter story of a queen never fully respected by her country and, consequently, destined to lose everything.

Review: ‘Once Upon a Deadpool’ is a fun but fleeting experiment Special

‘Once Upon a Deadpool’ washes the Merc’s mouth out with soap to present a cleaner, family-friendly version of the movie… and kidnap Fred Savage.

Review: Evil is where you least expect it in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a sequel that surpasses the original; a failed opportunity; an unlikely cult favourite; a movie with a fresh premise; a high-def, high-intensity film collection; and another version of a true story.

Review: This week’s releases make some unlikely combinations Special

This week’s releases include the second season of a formidable series; a holiday horror anthology; a racy comedy; an unfeasible operation; and a sci-fi terror tale.

Review: ‘Suspiria’ is defiant, but its efforts may be misplaced Special

‘Suspiria’ is a reimagining rather than a remake of its predecessor of the same name, which is accurate but may have been more effective at a shorter runtime.

Review: This week’s releases are breaking the rules Special

This week’s releases include an innovative style of filmmaking; a prequel that surpasses its predecessor; a couple of bold auteur statements; a heavy metal journey; an animated, romantic sci-fi; and a compelling true story.

Review: ‘Green Book’ is swelling with kindness and humour Special

‘Green Book’ is a feel-good picture that delivers wholehearted laughs as two men find their differences are what make them better companions for each other.

Review: ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ has fun with our virtual vices Special

‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ is an epic, animated adventure that’s heartfelt, relatable and, more importantly, a lot of fun.

Review: ‘Creed II’ takes what worked and rejigs it for a dual sequel Special

‘Creed II’ is a great ‘Rocky’ sequel fans didn’t know they wanted, even if they know exactly how it’s going to play out.

Review: This week’s releases are full of surprises Special

This week’s releases include a couple of classic horror movies; an unexpected personal revelation; a complex period drama that earns its lengthiness; a surprising comedy series; and a worthwhile rom-com.

Review: ‘Widows’ is an electrifying narrative grounded in the real world Special

‘Widows’ is a thrilling movie that gains audience’s support by depicting genuine heroines preparing to take extreme measures to regain control of their lives.

Review: ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ rambles onward Special

‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ is a bridge between the first film and the upcoming ones, though its foundation is a little shaky.

Review: ‘Boy Erased’ only has to tell its story to be affecting Special

‘Boy Erased’ tells the true and demoralizing story of a young man who submits to familial pressure and agrees to enrol in a conversion therapy program.

Review: ‘The Grinch’ appreciates and builds up from its roots Special

‘The Grinch’ delivers an update to Dr. Seuss’ classic tale by embracing the spirit of the original and adding a couple of new elements to freshen it up.

Review: Improvisation & ingenuity gets them through this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a horror movie based in reality; a movie that could’ve been politically charged; a rare action anthology; a unique Western; and a comedy that stands up 70 years after its initial release.

Review: ‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms’ is a candy-coated venture Special

‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms’ is an update to the holiday classic that turns the dance musical into a sword-wielding adventure.

Review: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is all cheers, no tears Special

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is the nearly non-confrontational, somewhat sanitized tale of the still-celebrated rock band, Queen, as they soared to stardom.

Review: This week’s releases are pushing the boundaries Special

This week’s releases include one of Nicolas Cage’s best and most bizarre films; a hilarious female buddy comedy; a film that takes social commentary to the next level; a thrilling cop drama; and an animated movie not afraid to be silly.

Review: ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ needn’t ask to forgive anything Special

‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ is an endearing film about an unlikely friendship that develops around a biographer’s phoney letter writing plan.

Review: Lots of reasons to be scared in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a couple of horror anthologies; a romantic musical; the beginning of a vampire saga; an eccentric teen romance; a mechanical menace; and a haunted house made scarier with time.

Review: ‘Halloween’ erases a franchise and has no regrets Special

The new ‘Halloween’ is a thrilling follow-up to the original film that understands its origins and delivers a near-perfect extension of the 1978 narrative.

Review: ‘The Hate U Give’ is a vital picture in the cultural zeitgeist Special

‘The Hate U Give’ is a galvanizing film that depicts a young woman unexpectedly thrust into the centre of the Black Lives Movement.

Review: This week’s releases show you can never really know a person Special

This week’s releases include a missing timeline in the MCU; a classic sci-fi picture; two epic series collections; an attempt to discover a celebrity’s true self; and the true story of caustic survivor.

Review: ‘Bad Times at the El Royale’ will shock its spellbound audience Special

‘Bad Times at the El Royale’ is an inventive narrative that keeps viewers on their toes, while also drawing them to characters with whom they wouldn’t normally want to engage.

Review: ‘First Man’ puts audiences in the front seat for the moon landing Special

‘First Man’ is a vivid depiction of the dangers of being an astronaut from the perspective of space hero, Neil Armstrong.

Review: There’s a lot of dark days in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an atypical look at being a teenager; a heartbreaking depiction of oppression; the new action hero on the block; a real-life story of survival; and a couple of resurrections.

Review: ‘The Sisters Brothers’ doesn’t try to abide by tradition Special

‘The Sisters Brothers’ is an offbeat Western that doesn’t force its characters into clearly defined categories of good and bad as the men at the centre of the tale walk that fine line with many missteps.

Review: ‘A Star is Born’ plays an unanticipated melody Special

‘A Star is Born’ is an emotional journey following two evocative singers, played exceptionally by Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, who inspire the best in each other, but find having it all still isn’t enough.

Review: The beasts from within are worse in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an amazing story of real-life survival; a darkly humorous tale of a man who wants desperately to change; a horrific movie about bullying; and a classic film about monsters and monstrous people.
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