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Marvel’s latest offering is a colorless werewolf with the weakest bites

The Marvel Cinematic Universe today has a deli: famous actors and actresses show up and take a ticket, then choose what's left in the...

Emma Thompson gives Matilda The Musical a crazy villain to remember

In keeping with its well-read young heroine, Roald Dahl's novel Matilda felt like a library squeezed into one bulging book. His last major work,...

Hocus Pocus 2, review: Wokus Pokus is more like, but distracting, honorable stuff for all that

When Hocus Pocus opened in 1993, it lost Disney about $16.5 million: the crushing but seemingly impossible result of releasing a Halloween-themed family comedy...

The Woman King, Review: A Thrilling Bit of Cinematic Mythmaking

It will come as no surprise to anyone to know that in 1823 the West African kingdom of Dahomey, in present-day Benin, did not...

Amsterdam, review: Margot Robbie’s star power can’t save this confused comedy thriller

Amsterdam tries to do for Amsterdam what Chinatown did for Chinatown: turn a geographical location into a stand-in for a national state of mind....

What’s on TV Tonight: Inside Man, Trouble at Topshop and more

What's on TV Tonight: Inside Man, Trouble at Topshop, and more.

Meet the four candidates to play James Bond

Third, less touted, Micheal Ward, a highly capable 24, was born in Ian Fleming's beloved Jamaica and raised in London and Essex. Bafta...

Blonde review: Ana de Armas is extraordinary as Marilyn Monroe in this provocative biopic

Young Norma Jeane is played by 12-year-old Lily Fisher, who directs Dominik as a child star from the silent era; she cries with...

Juniper, review: Charlotte Rampling outclasses this blindingly predictable odd-couple drama

It's a great time to be a Charlotte Rampling fan, but it often is. In the past year alone, the 76-year-old actress has...

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