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Coogan and Reilly Turn Stan and Ollie Into a Playfully Nostalgic Salute

Benefiting from a pair of superb performances, the film functions best as an affectionate tribute to the legendary comedy duo.
By Todd Jorgenson
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Roberts Makes a Powerful Plea for Holiday Healing in Ben Is Back

This uneven yet heartfelt glimpse into the psychology of teenage drug addiction benefits from strong performances and a worthwhile message of parental love.
By Todd Jorgenson
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Why David Lowery’s Crime Drama Gives Robert Redford an Ideal Send-Off

Redford plays a career bank robber who's still going strong into his 70s in Lowery's sharply observed The Old Man and the Gun.
By Todd Jorgenson
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The Stylish Alpha Tells the Origin Story of Man’s Best Friend

This visually striking adventure is both a prehistoric survival saga and a heartwarming boy-and-his-dog tale of loyalty and companionship.
By Todd Jorgenson
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How Solo Makes Room for One More Spinoff in a Galaxy Far, Far, Away

This amusing and exciting installment is a sufficient distraction while the anticipation among devotees builds for Episode IX next year.
By Todd Jorgenson

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Religion and Romance Collide in Well-Acted if Challenging Disobedience

This stylish and evocative drama examines crises of faith and of the heart, but winds up more than just a lurid or scandalous tale of forbidden love.
By Todd Jorgenson
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It Might Not Make You Scream, But A Quiet Place Deserves to Be Talked About

This modestly creepy post-apocalyptic thriller stays committed to its simple if provocative concept, with some clever twists and effective frights.
By Todd Jorgenson
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Stylish Western Hostiles Brings a New Perspective to War and Peace

Christian Bale shines in this vivid depiction of post-Civil War frontier justice that focuses more on inner conflicts than elaborate battles.
By Todd Jorgenson
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Despite Flaws, Chastain’s the Winner in Compelling Molly’s Game

Aaron Sorkin's directorial debut is an insightful cautionary tale about the allure of the quick buck.
By Todd Jorgenson
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Standing Tall: Downsizing Finds Humanity Amid Flaws

A remarkably simple concept is presented as a thought-provoking scenario with real-world relevance in the latest project from director Alexander Payne.
By Todd Jorgenson