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  • 'Spy Who Dumped Me' is so ... so-so. Kate McKinnon: So good.

    'Spy Who Dumped Me' is so ... so-so. Kate McKinnon: So good.

    “The Spy Who Dumped Me” gets by, barely, thanks mainly to Kate McKinnon. Her crazily fluid and unpredictable comic timing, and her willingness to go big — well past Madeline Kahn-big and very near Eddie Cantor-big — has saved several movies. She salvaged the “Ghostbusters” reboot, rescued parts...

  • 'Puzzle' review: Kelly Macdonald provides the missing pieces

    'Puzzle' review: Kelly Macdonald provides the missing pieces

    Two times out of three, this is what performers do for a living: Come up with something juicy and alive, working with material composited from cardboard and good intentions. Often there are pieces missing from the roles they play, and not in a tantalizing way. The resourceful actor finds them,...

  • 'The Captain': Private masquerades as Luftwaffe captain in bizarre true WWII tale

    'The Captain': Private masquerades as Luftwaffe captain in bizarre true WWII tale

    In the annals of vicious black comedies whose theme is failing upward, “The Captain” is surely among the most chilling and improbably fact-based. Writer-director Robert Schwentke’s German-language picture, acquired for U.S. distribution by Chicago-based Music Box Films, is based on the bizarre...

  • 'Christopher Robin' review: Winnie the Pooh reminds a middle-age workaholic the joys of doing nothing

    'Christopher Robin' review: Winnie the Pooh reminds a middle-age workaholic the joys of doing nothing

    Two key dates in the annals of Winnie the Pooh: Dec. 24, 1925: A.A. Milne publishes a front-page children’s story in the London Evening News, changing the name of his nascent bear character (formerly Edward) to Winnie the Pooh. The bear is inspired by his son, Christopher Robin Milne, his stuffed...

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