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'Deadpool' review: Ryan Reynolds is an immortal but unsightly killing machine

A fairly funny trashing of its own glib self, "Deadpool" is a movie about an unkillable wisenheimer who never shuts up, even while enduring or inflicting enough putrid brutality to earn an X or a NC-17 rating just a few years ago. The masked antihero is played by Ryan Reynolds, clearly having the...

  • 'Where to Invade Next' review: Michael Moore aims to make America better

    'Where to Invade Next' review: Michael Moore aims to make America better

    Michael Moore's wry first-person documentary "Where to Invade Next," his first since 2009 and "Capitalism: A Love Story," isn't what it sounds like. The title suggests a cry, or a typically ironic Moore screed, against the history and dangers of recent U.S. foreign policy. But Moore's latest goes...

  • 'Bridgend' review: 'Game of Thrones' Hannah Murray stars in teen suicide drama

    'Bridgend' review: 'Game of Thrones' Hannah Murray stars in teen suicide drama

    An unimaginable reality is brought to the brink of clarity — only to plunge right back into a psychological abyss — in Danish director Jeppe Ronde's potent, pain-ridden "Bridgend." A bigscreen dramatization of the much-scrutinized teen suicide epidemic that has plagued the eponymous Welsh town...

  • 'In the Shadow of Women' review: Love vs. the male ego

    'In the Shadow of Women' review: Love vs. the male ego

    The currents of desire, jealousy and resentment that flow through a relationship over time receive an exquisite closeup from director Philippe Garrel in "In the Shadow of Women," a tightly focused romantic drama that exudes the narrative terseness of a good short story and the lucid craftsmanship...

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  • 'Hail, Caesar!' review: Coen brothers take a satiric stroll through the familiar

    'Hail, Caesar!' review: Coen brothers take a satiric stroll through the familiar

    With any sort of comedy set in Old Hollywood, the characters' names become weirdly important because, well … they just are. In "Hail, Caesar!" there's a smooth British director by the name of Laurence Laurentz, whose trademark billing is "Laurence Laurentz presents." The studio head, mentioned...

  • 'Jane Got a Gun' review: Solid Western will please fans of the genre

    'Jane Got a Gun' review: Solid Western will please fans of the genre

    There are movies that can make you feel nostalgic for a more innocent time — i.e., the pre-Internet era — when audiences (and critics) could approach each new release unburdened by detailed knowledge of its production history. "Jane Got a Gun," a solidly made and conventionally satisfying Western,...

  • 'Kung Fu Panda 3' review: Eye-popping animation, heartfelt story

    'Kung Fu Panda 3' review: Eye-popping animation, heartfelt story

    A third installment in a franchise isn't always great. But sometimes, it can be a comforting guarantee of a good time at the movies, as is the case with "Kung Fu Panda 3." The first two installments have been met with rapturous reception and box office success, and this one will no doubt follow...

  • 'Son of Saul' review: An Auschwitz prisoner's haunting story

    'Son of Saul' review: An Auschwitz prisoner's haunting story

    With any film, or novel, or theatrical treatment depicting any aspect of the Holocaust, the dividing lines are inevitable and fierce. One project's methods and narrative focus may strike some audience members as too much — too punishing, too assaultive in its realism. Others respond to the same...

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