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Wild Salomé is a meditation on obsession, both in its subject, but also by way of the form of artistic expression itself.

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‘I Kill Giants’ finds young Barbara preparing to face her demons in the form of mile-high giants roaming the earth.

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A political farce of the highest caliber, ‘The Death of Stalin’ is equal parts funny and terrifying.

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Tomb Raider’s action is pretty sweet and Alicia Vikander is great, but the script is so cliched and boring, it’s oddly disappointing even for a movie based on a video game.

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A love story for those wanting to find themselves, ‘Love, Simon’ hits right at the heartstrings.

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Now playing at Screenland at Tapcade, this twisted Lolita-ish neo-noir stars Sophie Turner from ‘Game of Thrones.’

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‘The Forgiven’ adds up to a disjointed, confused, technically deficient movie with uneven acting laid over subject matter that leaves little room for error.

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A Wrinkle in Time looks and feels more like a cheesy 80s network movie-of-the-week than it does a big-budget Hollywood movie.

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Even if the ‘Red Sparrow’ trailer says you’ll be guessing until the very, very end, the only thing you’ll likely guess is how much more you have to endure.

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Opening Friday, Nostalgia is an assembled collection of self-important, thousand-yard-stare monologues is a sophomoric meditation on the fleeting nature of existence.

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Annihilation is fun to look at and shows signs of promise early on, but once the shine wears off, it’s clear there’s no substance below the surface.

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Game Night is a fun, energetic and relentless comedy that defies all of its own cliches, establishing it as the first great comedy of 2018.

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A bad movie with a lot of heart and a good message, Half Magic is a harmless fable about modern, professional women trying to thrive in a man’s world.

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A lazy collection of clichés with almost no personality and even less of a reason to exist, ‘7 Guardians of the Tomb’ is a movie without a soul.

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Black Panther is a massive, grandiose, deep film with tons to talk about and handles most of its ideas with quite a lot of grace. It is also about 45 minutes too short to give a lot of those ideas the time they need to be fully explored and okay I said it. There, you happy?

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