Alison Brie

If a person ever asked themself what it might have looked like if Alfred Hitchcock screwed around in the slasher genre, ‘The Rental’ might be the ticket.

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In ‘The Rental,’ the acting’s competent, the score ups the tension fairly effectively, and the game of waiting to see whose secrets and failures will be discovered (and how) is entertaining enough.

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‘The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part’ is all over the place.

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Michael Mohan’s ‘Save the Date’ explores some of the same ground as ‘When Harry Met Sally…,’ but with the self questioning and skepticism that make it more approachable and believable to a contemporary audience.

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Thanks to a sincere script and a layered performance from Jason Segel, ‘The Five-Year Engagement’ believes wholeheartedly in actual romance — which I think is a concept that romantic comedies often “say” they support, but rarely have the chops to back it up.

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