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Review: ‘Hail, Caesar!’ is a revolving door of problems needing solving Special

The Coen brothers’ latest picture, ‘Hail, Caesar!’, is a silly tribute to traditional Hollywood starring all the usual suspects with a few fresh additions.

Review: ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ blends action and eloquence Special

‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ is an adaptation of an adaptation that delivers its own take on the classic mash-up by further rewriting history and clearly defining the line between good and evil.

Review: ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ — Trailer

With everything from ball gowns to beheadings, 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ ain’t your English teacher’s Jane Austen.

Review: ‘The Finest Hours’ is a tale of bravery in many circumstances Special

‘The Finest Hours’ effectively chronicles a harrowing rescue in a deadly storm, though its dangers must compete with the hindrances of 3D technology.

Review: ‘Kung Fu Panda 3’ continues to inspire with its relatable hero Special

‘Kung Fu Panda 3’ introduces a new, surprisingly scary foe for the Furious Five to defeat, which also forces Po to come to terms with his past, present and future.

Review: Mixing old and new keeps this week's releases fresh Special

This week’s releases include strong female characters with ambition and talent; a familiar war movie with uncommon participants; a set of older films that will thrill, repel and move audiences; and a trip down memory lane.

Review: ‘One Floor Below’ plays with audience expectations Special

‘One Floor Below’ takes a common, adrenaline-fuelled plot and turns it into a slow burning thriller in which the anxiety gradually increases until it reaches the boiling point.

Review: ‘Boy and the World’ is a sad, wondrous and vivid journey Special

‘Boy and the World’ is this year’s surprise animated Oscar nominee, but it more than earns its spot with a unique style and captivating story.

Review: ’45 Years’ is a slow burn that leaves an indelible mark Special

’45 Years’ is the compelling and emotional tale of a marriage inconceivably strained by decades-long secrets on the eve of their anniversary, featuring a poignant performance by best actress Oscar nominee Charlotte Rampling.

Review: New on DVD for January 19 Special

This week’s releases include a chronicle of a sexual awakening; a battle for the Silk Road; a focused look at a vampiric character; and the worst boss ever.

Review: ‘The Revenant’ earns accolades by expertly traumatizing audiences Special

Alejandro González Iñárritu’s ‘The Revenant’ is a grim, raw and unforgettable depiction of survival against the odds as Leonardo DiCaprio portrays a man who amazingly lives through a bear attack.

Review: ’10 Cloverfield Lane’ — Trailer

J.J. Abrams is producing a possible sequel to the found footage blockbuster ‘Cloverfield’ and as always, it’s very hush- hush.

Review: ‘Mustang’ gains deserved recognition for spirited portrait Special

Golden Globe and Oscar best foreign language film nominee, ‘Mustang,’ is a must-see portrait of five teenaged girls who are forced to rebel in the face of false accusations in a small Turkish town.

Review: ‘Norm of the North’ is fittingly outshined by lemming companions Special

‘Norm of the North’ is the overly simplistic tale of a talking polar bear that travels to New York City to save the North Pole.

Review: New on DVD for January 12 Special

This week’s releases include several stories of the supernatural; a former sex symbol’s infamous screen roles; a movie declared one of the year’s best comedies; and Woody Allen’s philosophical reflections.

Review: New on DVD for January 5 Special

This week’s releases include a horror director’s comeback; the second chapter in an acclaimed series; a humorous and honest portrayal of mental illness; a solid video game adaptation; another Kurt Russell Western; and the dark side of the ballet world

Review: ‘The Forest’ lacks horror movie know-how Special

‘The Forest’ takes the fascinating legend of a haunted woodland and fails to make a scary movie from such a fertile resource.

Review: ‘The Hateful Eight’ takes its unique Western on the road Special

Quentin Tarantino’s ‘The Hateful Eight’ Super 70 Roadshow is not only a unique movie-going experience, but also a distinctive take on a classic genre.

Review: Even Gina Carano can’t rescue ‘Extraction’ Special

‘Extraction’ is a conventional rogue agent narrative in which a son searches for his M.I.A. father with the help of a more noteworthy female operative.

Review: ‘Sisters’ not only seducing cops with their charm Special

‘Sisters’ hysterically documents the Ellis siblings’ monster house party that encourages bored parents and professionals to party like it’s 1989.

Review: It’s not often the new releases overshadow the library issues Special

This week’s releases include a more classic definition of zombie; a deadly weapon of demonic steel; a new thrilling adventure with Ethan Hunt’s team; and a compelling story featuring real wolves.

Review: ‘In the Heart of the Sea’ stays afloat via its visual drama Special

‘In the Heart of the Sea’ is one part visual spectacle and one part human drama as director Ron Howard reconstructs the survivalist tale that inspired ‘Moby-Dick.’

Review: ‘The Danish Girl’ is a striking biopic about the relevant past Special

‘The Danish Girl’ features yet another outstanding turn by Eddie Redmayne as he portrays a transgender pioneer of the 19th century with the support of the equally wonderful Alicia Vikander.

Review: Roald Dahl’s ‘The BFG’ goes big screen with Spielberg — Trailer

Dark fun awaits in the latest family film from legendary director Steven Spielberg. ‘The BFG’ big-screen adaptation takes the classic Roald Dahl novel to new heights.

Review: Experimentation runs amok in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include one of Marvel’s tiniest superheroes with a big attitude; the concluding chapter of a strange experiment; and an expansion of the law of the jungle.

Review: ‘I Smile Back’ is Sarah Silverman’s sincere portrait of addiction Special

Sarah Silverman doesn’t often play serious roles, but maybe she should veer closer to dramatic films based on her outstanding performance in ‘I Smile Back’ as a woman whose reckless choices threaten her home life.

Review: Tom Hardy elevates ‘Legend’ above being just another mob movie Special

‘Legend’ features a stellar performance by Tom Hardy, who portrays identical twin gangsters who rose through the ranks of Britain’s most notorious criminals in the 60s.

Review: Getting away is complicated in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a new perspective on a popular series; two movies about gambling gone wrong; a Japanese hip-hop musical; and a competent action heroine.

Review: ‘She Who Must Burn’ is intelligent and pointed horror Special

‘She Who Must Burn’ is a thoughtful condemnation of extremists that doubles as an intense drama and engaging thriller. Shot in Vancouver, the film plays The Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival.

Review: ‘James White’ is a no-holds-barred emotional rollercoaster Special

‘James White’ is an intensely emotional portrait of a young man who bottles up his own issues to help his mother during a difficult time.
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