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Anders Holm, Elizabeth McGovern and newcomer Gail Bean costar in Kris Swanberg’s well-intentioned tale of a teacher and student who bond
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Syfy disaster franchise takes itself too seriously in third installment
A familiar face as a character actor, Joel Edgerton’s feature-length directing debut delivers a serious set of scares
Don’t put any coins in this numbing nostalgia ride, which costars Kevin James, Josh Gad, and Michelle Monaghan
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Two leads both have a weakness for men, which causes a rift among all parties involved
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Ambitious Spike production sells the pharaoh as swashbuckling soldier-leader
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The show postpones Barack Obama’s favorite tune to the finale, offering a long and dull history lesson with a score heavy on bombastic anthems
Former Nickelodeon star Elizabeth Gillies helps drama overcome music-industry cliches
Joaquin Phoenix stars in a clumsily crafted romance-turned-mystery that doesn’t seem to know what story it’s supposed to be telling
Actresses play grieving moms out for revenge in a film that makes up for its familiar beats with moments of deep insight
Single-camera comedy shows promise, but is inconsistent and occasionally lazy
This smart, savvy film puts an interesting spin on rom-com gender tropes — plus, it’s hilarious
Armed with an extraordinary ensemble, director Kyle Patrick Alvarez isn’t afraid to expand truth into drama with an unexpected dose of comedy
No pipe, no magnifying glass, no Dr. Watson: Older, retired detective tries to untangle his own past at the dimming of the day
Moments of vivid characterization poke through the blandness of this slow piece about a suburban couple’s reaction to their daughter marrying a woman
Showtime drama leaps into the mid-’60s
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Blumhouse’s new found-footage horror film about teens in peril loses its way in the dark
Two appealing newcomers star in this ebullient comedy about a pair of prostitute pals in search of a pimp who did one of them wrong
The jokes don’t land and the thrills don’t thrill in this shrinky-dink superhero saga