Story by Matt Damon, Ben Affleck and Nicole Holofcener is told in three chapters repeated from different perspectives.
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There’s nothing predictable or formulaic about this masterly exercise in incremental, calmly framed tension and uneasy human/animal coexistence.
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Jason Blum is at the top of the horror hierarchy, but he doesn’t want to put the same scares — or filmmakers — in front of audiences time after time.
Star's stunning send-off "No Time to Die" features a predictably twisty, globe-trotting plot and crackling dialogue.
The musical, which is streaming ahead of its November premiere on Broadway, is a crassly commercial noise machine.
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The film boasts five different screenwriters, and one can’t help but wonder if this might be a case of just too many cooks in the kitchen.
Pauli Murray was a brilliant mind, a dedicated scholar and a gleeful rabble-rouser in the fight for civil rights.
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The sequel doesn’t have that sense of joyful discovery and gleeful mischief that the first film did, because it’s obviously now a comedy on purpose.
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