Kate Walz

‘The Current War: Director’s Cut’ might be more electrifying with a better edit.

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‘First Love’ doesn’t measure up to Takashi Miike’s former glory, not even as the Tarantino homage it’s being marketed as.

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Joaquin Phoenix’s brilliant turn in Joker feels like a bait and switch as mental illness takes the stage over Batman canon.

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Renée Zellweger is incredible as Judy Garland in moving biopic with Finn Wittrock, Michael Gambon and Jessie Buckley.

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The film is a series of ‘let’s escape, oh we made it, let’s have a meaningful moment’ cycles that get pretty tedious.

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‘Love, Antosha,’ a documentary about late actor Anton Yelchin, gives a multi-dimensional portrait of a talent gone too soon.

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If the kids drag you to ‘The Lion King’ this weekend, at least see it in IMAX.

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Zhang Yimou’s ‘Shadow is a beautiful and bloody martial arts film.

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‘Ophelia,’ starring Daisy Ridley, Clive Owen, and Naomi Watts, is drowned by bad feminism and too many Shakespeare references.

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‘The Sun is Also a Star’ is super cheesy, but makes some much needed updates to the teen romance genre.

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Red Joan spy thriller with Judi Dench and Sophie Cookson never offers a compelling motives or plot.

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Newcomers tackle teen suicide, and don’t quite get it, in ‘Just Say Goodbye’ starring Max MacKenzie.

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Elizabeth Moss is at the top of her game in Alex Ross Perry’s 90s alt-punk piece ‘Her Smell.’

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An excellent cast, led by Theron and Rogen, and top-notch writing make ‘Long Shot’ a sure thing.

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Garth Davis’ ‘Mary Magdalene’ is historically accurate and respectful, but great performances by Joaquin Phoenix and Tahar Rahim can’t save it from being boring.

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