Film

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Steven Spielberg (“Bridge of Lies”) is the de facto storyteller for inspirational American tales, ranging from the life of Abraham Lincoln to the European invasion of World War II. “The Post,” his recent recount of the publishing of The Pentagon Papers, is no different.

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“Christmas Inheritance” tries hard to rise to the level of a mediocre romantic comedy but fails.

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Far from conventional, the documentary transmutes a simple biographical tale into a fully immersive and sensory experience.

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But her unique style and unapologetic attitude makes Harding an extremely likeable hero, and we root for her as she ignores convention and proves herself as one of the most technically proficient skaters in the league.

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If you aren’t on board right from the first frame, the movie is going to blow right by you and never look back.

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I’ve been a “Star Wars” fan all of my life, which is why I don’t like the newest film. But what I take even more of an issue with than the film itself is the discussion surrounding it.

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“Bright” is bad. It is not abhorrently bad. It is not an affront to viewer’s intelligence or an insult to cinema. It is just a bad movie.

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Oldman’s charisma and energy propel the film, demanding attention every time he is on screen while simultaneously giving viewers a deep look into the confused, conflicted, depressed but never undefeatable mind of Winston Churchill.

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There’s a lot being thrown at the wall here, but almost none of it sticks.

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“The Last Key” still winds up retreading the same climactic points that it has moved through for three movies in a row now.