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The strain for respectability can be felt in virtually every moment of David Dobkin’s hokey dramedy.
This clueless movie feels like the work of a perplexed octogenarian who’s just signed up for his first AOL account.
All biographical portraits should get such treatment.
And this is supposed to launch a franchise? Good luck, guys.
Based on a great children's book—and that's about it.
An astonishingly tone-deaf portrait of smug, patronizing privilege—a film that, despite being thoroughly English, exemplifies the concept of the ugly American.
Stop with The Conjuring. Trust us.
It contains some fantastic performances to boot.
With an inherently short shelf life (each episode is named for a letter of the alphabet, implying a maximum of 26 episodes), there’s little room ...
For comic book fans tired of TV superheroes who are barely super, this may be just what they’re looking for.
Let's put it this way: It makes Scandal look tame.
And Jeffrey Tambor steals the show (big surprise!).
Alfred Molina and John Lithgow bring strong performances in this gentle and heartfelt film.
The film further prooves that Laika is the Pixar of stop-motion animation.
A TV series starring Washington would be a treat—the movie, not so much.