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Once again, the Wachowskis dare to dream big and deliver dazzling visuals in “Jupiter Ascending”, but compared to other genre-defining space opera of our time, this one’s tone deaf.
“Mortdecai” is goofy, over-the-top fun thanks to Johnny Depp and to director David Koepp’s efforts to keep the running gags and physical comedy rolling at a good clip.
“Blackhat” features all the visual artistry we’ve come to expect from a Michael Mann film, but none of the coherence.
As good as we’ve seen actor Bradley Cooper be in past roles, “American Sniper” is by far his most standout work to date.
Director Paul King and screenwriter Hamish McColl’s big screen version of one of Britain’s most beloved characters from children’s literature is a charmer from beginning to end.
As a film, “Inherent Vice” is an almost incoherent mess, which believe it or not, is entirely by design.
Musical theater lovers may cry foul at the changes from the stage show, but for everyone else, “Into the Woods” is a clever and fun musical fairy tale romp.