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True to its title, the more “The Cloverfield Paradox” tries to explain the strange happenings that plague the crew of Cloverfield Station, the less sense it makes.

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Set in 1892, The movie explores the after-effects in an American Western rural panorama.

Hopefully, in addition to providing visibility to the underrepresented, “Disobedience” will tell a story of intimacy and passion that has yet to be told.

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This is a film with no grey characters, and by extension, no questioning of who is righteous and who is evil.

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What could have been a thought-provoking psychological horror story about the effects of grief is instead watered down into a boring, derivative flick fueled by thoughtless jump scares and a script that mistakes repetitive dialogue for thematic heft and character development.

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One of the film’s greatest triumphs is its ability to portray even the darkest parts of the world with beauty and joy.

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The Oscars may have ignored this quiet masterpiece, but the rest of the world should give “Beach Rats” the applause it deserves.

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“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” is the latest in the recent trend of movies that bathe themselves in nihilism to the point of becoming a joke. “Three Billboards” is one of those movies.

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In this installment of Irreconcilable Differences, two writers hash out their distaste for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” while another lauds the rewards of its risks.

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The fact that the dog is the highlight of the film goes to show the mediocrity of “Please Stand By.”