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  • The Commuter
  • The Commuter (PG-13)

    Liam Neeson and director Jaume Collet-Serra, who collaborated on the action hit Non-Stop (2014), reunite for this misbegotten thriller about extortion and murder on a New York commuter train. more...
  • The Circle
  • The Circle (PG-13)

    In the near future, a young woman (Emma Watson) goes to work for a Google-like corporation that aims to collect data on every person on the planet; as pet employee of the enigmatic CEO (Tom Hanks), she ultimately becomes the face of the company, little realizing she has to sacrifice her privacy in the process. more...
  • Collateral Beauty
  • Collateral Beauty (PG-13)

    I can't pin the misfire of this bathetic Will Smith vehicle on any one production element, but Allan Loeb's muddled screenplay demonstrates how some things can never be fixed in the editing room. more...
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  • Captain America: Civil War (PG-13)

    Despite all the levitating superheroes, this third installment in Marvel's Captain America franchise almost sinks under the weight of its own gravitas, especially during the largely expository first hour. more...
  • Captain America: Civil War 3D (PG-13)

    Despite all the levitating superheroes, this third installment in Marvel's Captain America franchise almost sinks under the weight of its own gravitas, especially during the largely expository first hour. more...
  • Café Society
  • Café Society (PG-13)

    For the first time since Radio Days (1987), Woody Allen provides the voice-over narration for one of his own stories, his thick-tongued delivery reinforcing one's sense of this Depression-era romance as an old man's nostalgia trip. more...
  • Central Intelligence
  • Central Intelligence (PG-13)

    A high school sports hero (Kevin Hart) grows up to become a frustrated accountant, then back into his life comes the obese loser he befriended in school, now a crazy, buffed-out CIA agent (Dwayne Johnson). more...
  • The Choice (PG-13)

    The latest romance based on a Nicholas Sparks novel follows his formula to a tee: two attractive white lovers in a North Carolina coastal town overcome some obstacle to be together (class differences, other partners) and then weather some tragic twist (almost always in a hospital setting). more...
  • Creed
  • Creed (PG-13)

    Sylvester Stallone hands off the Rocky saga to writer-director Ryan Coogler, who makes the aging Italian Stallion the corner man for a younger boxer who is the illegitimate son of his old adversary Apollo Creed. more...
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  • Coming Home
  • Coming Home (PG-13)

    After the $90 million flop The Flowers of War (2011), Chinese director Zhang Yimou scales back significantly for this modest period drama about a family torn apart by the Cultural Revolution. more...