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Keeping Up With the Joneses

Desperate for a good laugh? This, unfortunately, isn’t it.

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Explosions, guns and oh yeah, Cobie Smulders in a bra.


This achingly beautiful coming of ager

leaves its mark on both heart and soul...

The Accountant

Yes, I pretty much followed along with the mess-with-the numbers

story of this accountant, a math genius with Asperger’s Syndrome...

The Girl on the Train

Emily Blunt’s outstanding lead performance, which is

so good, you almost think she’s in another movie...

Deep Water Horizon

Peter Berg’s rugged version of the worst environmental disaster in

American history is very effective. So why did I feel so guilty enjoying it?

Bridget Jones’s Baby

This is the movie equivalent of meeting an old

friend you haven’t seen in a long time for brunch...


You used to be able to count on Oliver Stone for a good shot or two of cinematic adrenaline.


Clint Eastwood’s heart pounding recreation of the Miracle on the Hudson

is only one of the rewards of this earnest, slyly emotional biography...

War Dogs

This buddy/action/adventure/comedy/based on true story movie tells aninteresting

enough tale. But, oh, if it only had the guts of its no-good heroes...

Sausage Party

This “secret life of groceries”, like so many other Seth Rogen movies, is a

congenial mess of the outrageously funny and the bong-induced lazy drags...

Hell or High Water

Not everything is what it seems in this deceptively simple story.

Florence Foster Jenkins

The fact that it is no surprise Meryl Streep delivers a virtuoso performance

here shouldn’t deny us the sheer joy of watching her do it...

Suicide Squad

Please let the record show I actually kind of dug the first 20

minutes of so. It was the rest of this movie that did me in...

Jason Bourne

When was the last time I was surprisingly engrossed

by so much incessant, full throttle action?


You can keep your 3D and blue screen. For my money, the

most exciting scene of the summer comes as Logan Lerman

and Tracy Letts let it rip in this Philip Roth adaptation...

Star Trek Beyond

Justin Lin’s take on the iconic series is not your father’s Star Trek...

Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie

This splashy update with Edina and Patsy is very

much your mother’s Ab Fab. And proud of it...


Pains me to say this, but the only thing this

new Ghostbusters busts is my dreams...

Café Society

Woody Allen’s newest goes down as smooth

as a somewhat watered down martini...

Captain Fantastic

Is there an emotion I didn’t feel watching this story of a non-traditional

family, trying to stay together after the wife and mother disappears?

The Legend of Tarzan

The most intriguing part of this legend is wondering just

who the heck this movie is supposed to appeal to...


This carefully designed adaptation of the Dahl children’s classic

isn’t perfect, but when Spielberg taps into his fountain-of-youth

joy, I sure couldn’t help but feel like a kid again myself...

Now You See Me 2

This aiming to please caper may not have the initial wow

factor going for it, but there is still some fun in the mix...

The Conjuring 2

James Wan’s method to the madness cannot be denied.

He sure knows how to scare the terrified giggles out of you...

Me Before You

No surprises here, except for the fact that this melodrama plays as winningly as it does...

The Nice Guys

This one’s a cheerfully violent blast to the past

that’s as comfy as a broken in go-go boot.

Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising

Could this be the most socially aware gross out comedy in, maybe, ever?

Captain America: Civil War

There’s a lot of something for everyone in this standardly super, superhero movie.

Mother's Day

It is with a heavy heart I ask, “how does a script like this even make it to the big screen?”

The Boss

Melissa McCarthy, you’re breaking my heart.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

There’s sure no joy in Gotham tonight, boys and girls. Because this bloated

bust takes all the fun out of what could have been a flashy and fiery mash- up...

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

This little cream puff might not appeal to the

masses, but it certainly will appeal to some...

Opening in Wide Release

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Ouija: Origin of Evil

Keeping Up with the Joneses

Boo! A Madea Halloween

American Pastoral


In Selected Theaters


We Are X

The Handmaiden

I'm Not Ashamed

Also in Theaters

The Accountant

Kevin Hart: What Now?

Max Steel

The Girl on the Train

The Birth of a Nation

Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life

Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children

Deep Water Horizon


American Honey

The Magnificent Seven


Bridget Jones's Baby

Blair Witch



When the Bough Breaks

The Dissapointment Room

The Wild Life

Kubo and the Two Strings


War Dogs

Morris From America

Hell or High Water

Florence Foster Jenkins

Sausage Factory

Pete's Dragon

Suicide Squad

Nine Lives

Little Men

Jason Bourne

Bad Moms


Star Trek Beyond

Ice Age: Collision Course


The Infiltrator

Café Society

The Secret Life of Pets

Mike and Dave need Wedding Dates

Captain Fantastic

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