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The 1972 children’s book by Judith Viorst becomes a manic comedy about the exploits of a 12-year-old boy (Ed Oxenbould) as he experiences the seemingly worst day of his life. In a departure from … more
NEW YORK (CNS) — Catholic author Nicholas Sparks, master of gooey romance, returns to the big screen with "The Best of Me" (Relativity), based on his best-selling 2011 novel. All of Sparks' … more
NEW YORK (CNS) — A positive portrayal of family life, mostly bloodless battle scenes and a script laudably free of vulgar dialogue would seem to make the revisionist horror history "Dracula Untold" … more
NEW YORK (CNS) — The fundamentalist conception of the rapture, as described in the best-selling "Left Behind" novels, may be arriving — for the first time — at a movie theater near … more
Vigilante thriller about a retired intelligence operative (Denzel Washington) living quietly in Boston until a prostitute (Chloe Grace Moretz) he befriends is beaten by her handlers from the Russian … more
This demon-possessed doll tale, a sort-of prequel to 2013's "The Conjuring," delivers a reliable series of horror-genre jolts under the direction of John R. Leonetti from Gary Dauberman's script. A … more
NEW YORK (CNS) — Taking its inspiration from the Old Testament's Song of Songs, "The Song" (City on a Hill/Samuel Goldwyn) offers a modern-day parable on love, marriage, and remaining open and … more
NEW YORK (CNS) — If Charles Dickens collaborated with Dr. Seuss, he might have produced "The Boxtrolls" (Focus), a charmingly bizarre urban fable about rich and poor and things that go bump in the … more
Claustrophobic chiller in which two archaeologists (Perdita Weeks and Ben Feldman) who share both an interest in the occult and a romantic history together search for the legendary, supposedly … more
The only thing out of the ordinary about this espionage-themed action flick is the level of visceral violence on display. Director Roger Donaldson's screen version of Bill Granger's novel, "There Are … more
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