Michael Peña

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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Not even Thor himself on a horseback or the great cast of Michael Shannon, Michael Peña or Trevante Rhodes who is severely underused here, could help this movie out.

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Fury walks the line between romanticizing arguably the most important war of the past century and making you appalled that anyone ever went through such an experience voluntarily in what we’ve come to call the last great American crusade against the forces of tyranny.

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Turbo is a cute, fun, and mostly entertaining 96-minute story about chasing impossible dreams and the complicated relationships between brothers that’s likely to please — but not wow — the whole family.

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Two 2012 films that should have gotten more attention in their theatrical releases (the cop drama ‘End of Watch’ and Woody Allen’s ‘To Rome With Love’) are out now on Blu-ray.

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It’s not the idea behind Paul Haggis’ ‘Crash’ that’s so offensive, but it’s the way that that idea presented — as the ultimate argument settler.

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