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It sounds like a lame rom-com ... but it's not.
The flick was nominated for this year's Best Animated Feature Oscar.
The drama focuses on a married couple spending a few days in Paris to celebrate their 30th anniversary.
Based on the Oscar-winning 1997 film, the new television series forgoes casting new actors as the same iconic characters.
Looking for excitement? You'll have to wait until the last 15 minutes of the film.
A serious approach pays off with a creepy, well-acted take on some familiar horror ideas.
If overkill is your thing, here’s more of it.
The most effective standalone Marvel movie since the first Iron Man, and the most consistently entertaining since The Avengers.
With Captain America on everyone's minds, a look at other heroes on deck.
Carano's fighting is still her best attribute onscreen.
Ultimately, it's all about the bottom line, but there were a few surprises here and there.
It's equal parts artistic statement and spectacle.
Arnold heads up a squad of badass DEA agents who steal $10 million from a drug cartel.
Jason Bateman's directorial debut winds up a profanely lackluster example of the crusty-adult-bonds-with-adorable-kid genre.
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