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  • 'Keanu' review: Key and Peele's cat tale sags in second half

    'Keanu' review: Key and Peele's cat tale sags in second half

    We expect our comedies to be hit-and-miss. They're different from action movies, which, in recent years, have become numbingly relentless — hit-and-never-miss, unless you're third thug from the left and swarthy, and your job is to shoot and then die. Now we have the strange case of "Keanu," starring...

  • 'Mother's Day' review: Your mom deserves better

    It seems there's no stopping Garry Marshall's terrifying cinematic rampage on our nation's treasured holidays. Having ruined both "Valentine's Day" and "New Year's Eve" with his star-packed omnibus projects, the director has burned his way through the calendar, landing on "Mother's Day" as his...

  • 'The Meddler' review: Susan Sarandon sparkles in valentine to mothers

    'The Meddler' review: Susan Sarandon sparkles in valentine to mothers

    The smooth, cozy charm of writer-director Lorene Scafaria's "The Meddler" offers considerable seriocomic satisfaction in its story of a mother and a daughter, the meddler and the meddled with, respectively. I don't get the high-end praise for this medium entity. But as a performance vehicle it's...

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  • 'The Measure of a Man' review: French detective tries to make ends meet

    'The Measure of a Man' review: French detective tries to make ends meet

    Literally translated, the title of Stephane Brize's "Le Loi du marche" means "Market Law," but the film is even better served by its English-language title, "The Measure of a Man," as it contemplates just how much an ordinary working man will compromise his integrity in the name of making ends...

  • 'Too Late' review: John Hawkes plays a private eye in cliche-filled film

    'Too Late' review: John Hawkes plays a private eye in cliche-filled film

    "Too Late" is structured around a striking gimmick: Its Los Angeles-set neo-noir tale is told in five non-chronologically ordered segments, each consisting of one continuous shot running a single Techniscope-format 35mm reel (approximately 22 minutes) in length. The sense that one is watching an...

  • 'Green Room' review: Punk horror movie you never knew you always wanted

    'Green Room' review: Punk horror movie you never knew you always wanted

    In writer-director Jeremy Saulnier's "Blue Ruin," which put him on the map in 2013, the tension is controlled, measured; it follows an intentional plan of violence in a story of long overdue revenge. In his follow-up, "Green Room," Saulnier takes the opposite approach, in a horror story of the...

  • 'The Huntsman: Winter's War' review: Sequel misses its target

    'The Huntsman: Winter's War' review: Sequel misses its target

    How do you solve a problem like Kristen (Stewart)? If you're the filmmakers of "The Huntsman: Winter's War," you write Snow White entirely out of the sequel to "Snow White and the Huntsman." The film's clearly a valuable property, so it's no wonder that Universal would return to that well with...

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