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For a movie that's so by-the-book, it remains curiously unmoving.
The 80s throwback series finally gets its own basic premise correct.
Aubrey Plaza comes back from the dead in a movie that will make you long for the big sleep.
A piece of schlock that almost achieves bad movie greatness.
Hey, it's the worst TURTLES movie yet.
Duplass and Patrick Brice take the found-footage conceit to some seriously uncomfortable places.
You won't regret it.
Eli Roth's cannibal holocaust starts slow, then gets CRAZY.
But mostly the worst.
(he's a wolfcop.)
The feature debut of Maude Michaud is ugly and incoherent.
The Danish horror film is more feelings than fright, and I love it for that.
Marvel's big gamble pays off as James Gunn's space opera is fun, smart and surprisingly emotional.