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The film adaptation of Jojo Moyes’ 2012 novel “Me Before You” tells the love story of cheerful caregiver Louisa Clark and the disheartened, handsome quadriplegic Will Trainor. What could be a … more
Take an addictive phone app, contrive a plot to "explain" motivations, chuck in puns, a bit of potty humor and lengthy slapstick sequences, and you have the recipe for this inane 3-D animated … more
The heroine of this forced, mechanical follow-up to Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland" (2010) is not Lewis Carroll's curious 7-year-old girl but rather an intrepid sea captain with an entrepreneurial … more
This adaptation of British author Rudyard Kipling's 1894 collection of stories about the adventures of a "man-cub" (Neel Sethi) raised by animals offers delightful, good-natured, heartfelt … more
Obscenely violent sci-fi action flick set in Moscow is presented exclusively from the point of view of the (uncredited) title character, a man whose scientist wife (Haley Bennett) brings him back to … more
Earnest but heavy-handed debates about how to deal with gang violence are interspersed with frequently vulgar jokes in this seriocomic portrayal of life on Chicago's South Side. With the shop of the … more
Busy 3-D visuals fail to mask the flat tone and by-the-numbers storytelling of this animated sci-fi adventure from co-directors Kevin Munroe and Jericca Cleland. After failing in his effort to join a … more
Set in Atlanta, this sprawling ensemble comedy takes on, among other themes, divorce (Jennifer Aniston and Timothy Olyphant), marital secrets (Kate Hudson and Aasif Mandvi), parental prejudice (Margo … more
Positioned to bookend the action of 2012's "Snow White and the Huntsman," this lavishly-staged adventure — at once a prequel and a sequel to the original -- is well intentioned but dull and … more
Satirical action-comedy starring Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele as nerdy African-Americans who must pose as murderous thugs — and mingle with drug-slinging Los Angeles gangsters — to recover … more
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