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3.5 star movies

Only the Brave Review

Only the Brave makes for a straightforward, but meaningful salute to real-world heroism, thanks to its strong performances and sturdy direction.

Marshall Review

Marshall is a solid courtroom melodrama elevated by Boseman's towering performance and its own timely-as-ever subject matter.

IT Review

As a coming of age parable, IT succeeds at being both horrifying and emotionally-resonant, even while adapting only half of King's original story.

Detroit Review

Detroit makes for a disturbing and unnerving portrayal of real historical events, but has less success as a work of sociopolitical commentary.

Alien: Covenant Review

Alien: Covenant plays it safe by mashing together the best elements of previous Alien films, delivering a solid sci-fi horror/thriller in the process.

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Kong: Skull Island Review

Kong: Skull Island is a shared universe launchpad that fulfills its promise of big, goofy, monster mayhem - setting up even bigger things to come.

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Get Out Review

Get Out smartly balances its tones to provide viewers with an entertaining and clever satire that is equal parts funny and terrifying.

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Split Review

Split is the best M. Night Shyamalan creation in recent memory, as anchored by a great performance (or, rather, performances) by James McAvoy.

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Patriots Day Review

Patriots Day is more effective as a suspense thriller than a stirring docudrama that explores the complexities of real-life heroism.

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Allied Review

Allied is most compelling as a dramatic spy thriller - less so as a sweeping romance that unfolds against the backdrop of WWII.

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