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A Monster Calls Review

A Monster Calls is a beautiful and inspirational depiction of a young person's battle with grief - but that doesn't mean it's for every young person.

Fences Review

Fences struggles to make the leap from the stage to the big screen, but is kept afloat by the powerhouse performances of its leads.

Why Him? Review

Why Him? falls victim to its genre's clichés, but Cranston and Franco make for an entertaining odd couple comedic pairing.

Passengers Review

Despite decent chemistry between the leads and a fascinating concept, Passengers is a bland, unsatisfying sci-fi story that fails to connect.

Sing Review

Sing is a narratively slight, but energetic animated musical romp that succeeds in staying light on its toes through its running time.

Assassin's Creed Review

Assassin's Creed is a step in the right direction for video game movies but slick action and beautiful visuals are undercut by a hollow hero story.

Manchester by the Sea Review

Manchester by the Sea is an affecting examination of the grieving process, brought to life through strong direction and compelling performances.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Review

A well-crafted and thoughtful story drives Rogue One - in a sandbox that provides a perfect blend of modern action and classic Star Wars style.

La La Land Review

La La Land makes for Damien Chazelle's most technically-accomplished love letter to music yet, as well as the filmmaker's most poignant work.

Office Christmas Party Review

Office Christmas Party is a decent studio comedy, but its entertaining parts do not add up to a cohesive whole.

Nocturnal Animals Review

Nocturnal Animals has style and ambition to spare, yet as a whole Tom Ford's dark psychological thriller rings hollow.

Bad Santa 2 Review

Bad Santa 2 is another late comedy sequel that fails to catch lightning in a bottle again with a poor script and weak characters.

Moana Review

Moana is a funny, heartfelt and richly-crafted hero's journey adventure that effectively puts a Disney spin on Southern Pacific culture.

Allied Review

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

The Edge of Seventeen Review

The Edge of Seventeen captures the spirit of classic John Hughes comedies - at the same time, refining and innovating Hughes' storytelling approach.

Moonlight Review

Moonlight is one of the most poignant, poetic and beautiful movies of the year.

Arrival Review

Arrival is a smart tale of alien contact that boasts great visuals and performances, if also more brains than heart.

Trolls Review

Trolls is solid, visually-stunning entertainment for kids with a positive message, but there isn't much there for adults.

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