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Michae; Bay has done it again. The latest is bigger, louder and—heaven help us—much longer.
Josef Mengele hides from Naci-hunters in 1960s Argentina in this slow-burning thriller.
Donna is a struggling stand-up comic known for her unflinching honesty, which becomes problematic when she gets pregnant.
Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof returns to TV with this similar HBO series.
Political intrigue grounded in family dynamics.
At least the sequel doesn't reference Steve Harvey's relationship-advice book.
Clint Eastwood’s movie version turns into something mundane.
Call it Apocalypse Whatever.
Still, it could generate some excitement before foundering.
It's like TGIF all over again -- only worse.
Too many plot threads, not enough screen time.
It's a rehash of something that was tired to begin with.
Every great filmmaker is allowed the occasional noble whiff.
Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche are both strong actors, but they can’t salvage this bran muffin of a movie.
If the fest were alive, it would be gracing the silver screen right now.