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‘Game Night’: A comedic winner with no losers

3.5 out of 4 stars Max and Annie love each other almost as much as Charades and Scrabble, which is why it’s so easy for the audience to fall in love with them in “Game Night,” a film in which […]

‘Game Night’: A comedic winner with no losers

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3.5 out of 4 stars Max and Annie love each other almost as much as Charades and Scrabble, which is why it’s so easy for the audience to fall in love with them in “Game Night,” a film in which […]

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‘Early Man’: Stone Age soccer provides plenty of cartoon kick

3 out of 4 stars If FIFA, the governing body of international soccer was smart, it would promote “Early Man,” a cartoon movie highlights the way the beautiful game should

‘Ferdinand’: John Cena, Peyton Manning star as bulls against bullying

3 out of 4 stars Ferdinand – the loveable bull who prefers flowers over fighting – remains as relevant and endearing today as he was when he debuted in Munro

‘Murder on the Orient Express’: A train derailment

1.5 out of 4 stars Maybe Kenneth Branagh should stick to acting. As director of the much-anticipated “Murder on the Orient Express,” he was handed a cast of stars. But instead

‘A Bad Moms Christmas’: Raunchy holiday fun

3 out of 4 stars The “Bad Moms” are back and they’ve turned the sacred Trinity of the Christmas season into what they know best – profanity, partying and trying

‘American Made’: Tom Cruise flies high in the name of ‘patriotism’

3 out of 4 stars Welcome back, Tom Cruise. Moviegoers thought your career might be dead, not just cursed, in the box office flop “The Mummy” earlier this year. They wondered

American Assassin: America, meet Mitch Rapp

3 out of 4 stars Move over Ethan Hunt and James Bond: You've been replaced by a new top spy - Mitch Rapp. Rapp is younger, more good looking and after

11 Fall Movies You Have To See

Clowns, cards, criminals, courts – tennis and judiciary – and covert operations are being counted on to turn around a movie industry that is coming off one of its

Menashe: Faith, fatherhood shine

3 out of 4 stars Menashe Lustig's a slob, and to make matters even worse, the disheveled, fat grocery store clerk has only one option if he’s to regain the

Dunkirk:  See it, then decide

2 out of 4 stars Peter Travers, Rolling Stone’s film critic, wrote that Dunkirk may be the greatest war movie ever made. Caryn James of the BBC called it a “five

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