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  • 'Atomic Blonde' review: Charlize Theron packs a punch, plot doesn't

    'Atomic Blonde' review: Charlize Theron packs a punch, plot doesn't

    The '80s are back, baby — the fashions, the tunes, the Russian spies. The Cold War is so hot right now, and action thriller "Atomic Blonde" is here to capitalize on that moment. Charlize Theron stars as the titular blonde in this violently stylish spy flick, doing her own version of "John Wick"...

  • 'The Emoji Movie' can be summed up in one word: Meh

    'The Emoji Movie' can be summed up in one word: Meh

    “Words aren't cool” is the courtship advice imparted by one texting teen to another in “The Emoji Movie.” That statement is the canary in the coal mine that this movie is most decidedly not “Cyrano de Bergerac.” Will Alex (Jake T. Austin) choose the right emoji to express his ardor for Addie (Tati...

  • 'Lady Macbeth': The 19th-century postman always rings twice

    'Lady Macbeth': The 19th-century postman always rings twice

    Rituals define and often confine our lives, and there's great satisfaction in watching a woman break free from everyone and everything pinning her down, consequences and bloodshed and buried bodies be damned. "Lady Macbeth" establishes and then disrupts an entire brutal social order. It's an unusually...

  • 'Radio Dreams' review: Mockumentary explores immigrant experience

    'Radio Dreams' review: Mockumentary explores immigrant experience

    An anticipated appearance by Metallica looms as mythically large as a visit by Beckett's Godot in Iranian-British director Babak Jalali's genre-defying "Radio Dreams." The film charts two paths: the struggles and dysfunctions of fictional San Francisco radio station PARS-FM as it documents the...

  • 'Detroit' review: Kathryn Bigelow shoots the '67 war at home

    'Detroit' review: Kathryn Bigelow shoots the '67 war at home

    Oddly in synch with the narrative strategy (though without the imposing visual panache) of "Dunkirk," the other historical drama of the moment, director Kathryn Bigelow's "Detroit," is an artfully frazzled mosaic of suffering, putting the audience through the wringer in the name of truth, injustice...

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