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Review: Everyone carves their own paths in this week’s releases - part 2 Special

This week’s releases include an intimate portrait of a historical figure; a realistic depiction of a young woman’s choice; a couple of docs about niche interests; two vintage comedies that still make you laugh; and tales of vigilante justice.

Review: Everyone carves their own paths in this week’s releases - part 1 Special

This week’s releases include an intimate portrait of a historical figure; a realistic depiction of a young woman’s choice; a couple of docs about niche interests; two vintage comedies that still make you laugh; and tales of vigilante justice.

Review: ‘Glass’ does some self-reflecting before unleashing the beast Special

Writer/director M. Night Shyamalan is finally closing a two-decade chapter in his career with the release of the long-anticipated, ‘Glass.’

Review: Family is not an ‘F’-word in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include various versions of the undead; a new direction for a compelling franchise; a horror movie that may surpass the original; a good guy gone bad; and a mostly convincing romcom.

Review: ‘Destroyer’ is a game changer for Nicole Kidman Special

‘Destroyer’ wouldn’t be a great film without Nicole Kidman’s exceptional performance as she masterfully takes command of this unconventional role.

Review: Murder doesn’t go unanswered in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a heroic epic; a raw look at adolescence; a classic rom-com; a disturbing thriller; and an affecting true account of war.

Review: ‘Lifechanger’ finds discomfort in habit Special

‘Lifechanger’ is an engrossing narrative that subtly debates the value of one life over another via an immortal man’s choices.

Review: Everyone’s looking out for number one in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a twisted night at an unassuming hotel; a tale of tragedy and love; a ruthless family out for each other; an appropriately unreal comedy; a failed revival; and a challenging drama.

Review: ‘Welcome to Marwen’ makes it easy to get lost in the fantasy Special

‘Welcome to Marwen’ is based on the true story of a man whose trauma turns him toward art, but emphasizes the imaginative parts of the story over the facts.

Review: ‘Champions of Magic’ have nothing but fun up their sleeves Special

‘Champions of Magic’ is an enchanting experience that just asks everyone to sit back, shut off their analytical brain and enjoy the show.

Review: ‘On the Basis of Sex’ follows a modern-day suffragette Special

‘On the Basis of Sex’ is a rousing film that chronicles the extraordinary life of a woman who’s made judicial history and cemented her position as an American pioneer.

Review: ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ is an impassioned & significant film Special

‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ is a beautiful film that blends authenticity, anguish and adoration in a narrative that’s incredibly touching and important.

Review: ‘Aquaman’ is king of the DCEU Special

‘Aquaman’ is given the freedom to be his sarcastic self, which makes this epic quest to unite land and sea more fun than DC fans are accustomed.

Review: ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ is a heartwarming holiday delight Special

‘Mary Poppins Returns’ is a whimsically seamless homecoming of a beloved character who still has a way of making everyone feel like it’ll all be okay.

Review: Human and unnatural monsters reside in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include unwanted guests; inhospitable hosts; unwise protagonists; combatants dedicated to their causes; and a horror director that proves he can scale it back as required.

Review: ‘The House that Jack Built’ is purposely divisive & provocative Special

‘The House that Jack Built’ is Lars Von Trier’s latest picture to either stimulate or insult audiences, depending on the viewer’s sensibilities.

Review: ‘The Quake’ combines predictability with some added intensity Special

‘The Quake’ is a follow-up to the 2016 Norwegian disaster movie, in which the original whistleblower is once again sounding an alarm that falls on deaf ears.

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.
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