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  • 'I.T.' review: Pierce Brosnan stars in a film that does not compute

    'I.T.' review: Pierce Brosnan stars in a film that does not compute

    Pierce Brosnan has become the poor man's Liam Neeson, cranking out B-movie thriller after B-movie thriller for the VOD market like he's GM in '50s Detroit. The enjoyably preposterous and disposable "I.T." is the latest model. This time around, he's Mike Regan, an aviation tycoon who's launching...

  • 'Goat' review: A horrifying look at fraternity hazing

    'Goat' review: A horrifying look at fraternity hazing

    Andrew Neel, the co-writer and director of the punishing new drama "Goat," calls his project one-half horror movie and one-half expose. The movie's title refers to "goats," or pledges, subjected during the infamous fraternity "hell week" to humiliation, physical abuse and a sociopathic barrage...

  • 'The Magnificent Seven' review: Mediocre remake of 1960 Western

    'The Magnificent Seven' review: Mediocre remake of 1960 Western

    It's the little things that screw up a movie, along with all the big things. In the starry, hollow remake of "The Magnificent Seven," the gambling rogue played by Chris Pratt is introduced by a gunslinging trick he calls "the incredible disappearing ear." It's just a cheap, violent sight gag, but...

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  • 'Snowden' review: A conventional, even tame take on former NSA employee

    'Snowden' review: A conventional, even tame take on former NSA employee

    When it comes to poking the bear, and to depicting American history as the cyclical wising-up of its idealists, Oliver Stone remains the man with the plan, and the bullet points. "Snowden" is co-writer and director Stone's latest. It's fairly absorbing though, increasingly, a bit of an eye-roller,...

  • 'Bridget Jones's Baby' review: Renee Zellweger returns to the frothy series

    'Bridget Jones's Baby' review: Renee Zellweger returns to the frothy series

    Renee Zellweger is charming as ever in "Bridget Jones's Baby," a lively return to form for the unlikely trilogy about an ordinary woman and her professional and romantic woes. It turns out a little break is just what this series needed to find its footing after the manic missteps of "Bridget Jones:...

  • 'Blair Witch' review: 'Project' follow-up is more like 'Blah Witch'

    'Blair Witch' review: 'Project' follow-up is more like 'Blah Witch'

    It wasn't a smart script or great acting that made "The Blair Witch Project" a box office sensation in 1999. It was the creative way the movie was put together and promoted that created buzz around the quirky independent film. Even before "The Blair Witch Project" opened, there was a website and...

  • 'Max Rose' review: Jerry Lewis gives a star turn in lackluster movie

    The intimate drama "Max Rose" feels like little more than a modest television movie. But it's a respectable way for comedian Jerry Lewis, now 90 years old, to make what may be his valedictory performance. Max (Lewis) is a one-time jazz pianist mourning the death of Eva (Claire Bloom, seen in flashback),...

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