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Bill Clark
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GOOD TIME is thematically spare, but the savvy, energetic direction of the Safdie brothers and Pattinson's wide-eyed, intense performance keep it afloat.
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Given little context and even less character arc, DUNKIRK emerges as an emotionally hollow exercise in wartime spectacle.
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47 METERS DOWN is an impressive picture from a technical perspective. It's a shame the dialogue isn't given the same consideration. My review:
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New review! IT COMES AT NIGHT is a relentlessly bleak exercise in paranoia and distrust that taps into some of the deepest fears within the human condition.
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JACKIE (2016) Movie Review - The opening frames of Jackie lead one to believe they're about to see a horror film. One wouldn't be far off.
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Fans of the original know what to expect here. If you can't get enough of BAD SANTA's mean streak, you'll find plenty to enjoy in BAD SANTA 2.
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It's hardly high art, but director Taylor and screenwriter Wilson make THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN work just well enough to warrant a look.
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While not nearly as unforgettable as the events on which it's based, DEEPWATER HORIZON works well enough as a spectacle and tribute to the fallen.
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Overlong and often struggling to balance action and comedy, THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN is an uneven effort with some sensational action.
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Padded by too many lame jump scares to count, BLAIR WITCH becomes a near-literal remake of its predecessor once the group enters the fateful woods.
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