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FIFTY SHADES FREED * * (Last of the pornographic trilogy) The hour and 45-minute movie opens with Ana (Dakota Johnson) and Christian Jamie (Dornan) getting married and whisking away in his private jet for their honeymoon, coming home to all sorts of more
PETER RABBIT * * * (Beautiful animation with violence) Beatrix Potter's tale of Peter Rabbit is told with beautiful drawings, pastel colors and the combination of live action and animation. The kids and adults will love the animal characters, most more
15:17 TO PARIS * * (True story of American heroes) Director Clint Eastwood had a fresh idea: Cast the actual American heroes as themselves. There's only one problem: They are not convincing actors. Actually, there's more than one problem. While the more
HOSTILES * * * ½ (Violent western morality play)I love westerns. Joyce, not so much. She stayed home.“Hostiles” has all the elements of a good western, although it often becomes a … more
MAZE RUNNER: THE DEATH CURE * * * (Action packed teen heroics) The latest in the teenagers save the world series is packed with action, as Thomas (Dylan O'Brien) leads his heroic crew into the walled city they once escaped from to save his friend Minho more
PHANTOM THREAD * * * *( Joyce) * * * 1/2 (Don) (Sensuous, psychological drama) Daniel Day Lewis stars as Reynolds Woodcock, a moody, controlling, 1950s London dress designer who lives and works alongside his sister (Lesley Manville). Reynolds is a more
12 STRONG * * * (War movie) The United States gathers a team of special forces to retaliate from the 9/11 attack on U.S. soil, sending 12 men to Afghanistan to take on the Taliban. After a short backstory, the military agrees to send in a captain (Chris more
DEN OF THIEVES* * ½ (Bank heist drama)Bank heists usually make for exciting B movies. The problem with “Den of Thieves” is that it is so disjointed, unbelievable, complicated and … more
THE COMMUTER * * * (Mindless action movie) Liam Neeson is back as the aging, ordinary man who finds himself in an extraordinary situation and becomes a hero. Michael has just turned 60. He has taken the commuter train into New York City every workday for more
In a tense yet gratifying telltale about the world of news, “The Post” delivers a thrilling depiction of Katharine Graham’s reign as publisher of The Washington Post. Set in the early 1970s, … more
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