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News, reviews, and interviews on feature films and documentaries.

Box Office Top 10

By The Editors
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Movies | For the weekend of Feb. 12-14 according to Box Office Mojo

Eddie the Eagle

By Emily Belz
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Movies | Eddie the Eagle is a cliché sports movie, but the good kind of cliché, like your mom’s cookie recipe she makes over and over. The movie’s tropes…

Providence

By Bob Brown
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Movies | Without audible dialogue, the independent Christian film Providence tells a story of God’s sovereign guidance throughout the lives of two off-and-on-again…

Deadpool

By Sophia Lee
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Movies | That Deadpool is not your typical Marvel film is clear within the first minute. The opening credits, rolled over a slow-panning freeze-shot of men soon to be…

Epic renewal

By Megan Basham
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Movies | Risen may give new life to Bible epics

Zoolander 2 wallows in mire

By Bob Brown
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Movies | Zoolander 2 , like its predecessor, makes well-deserved sport of Americans’ obsession with outward appearances. Unfortunately, the new film often resorts to…

Michael Moore’s Where to Invade Next is a misguided offensive

By Bob Brown
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Movies | Michael Moore’s documentaries have made the Oscar-winning director the darling of liberals and a punching bag for conservatives. His new film, Where to

Midday Roundup: Bombs hit hospitals, school in northern Syria

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Innocent victims. Airstrikes in northern Syria hit three hospitals and a school today as the government and Russian forces worked to wrest control of the…

The Choice is more soap opera than fairy-tale romance

By Bob Brown
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Movies | Many moviegoers vicariously enjoy the ideal relationships romance movies portray. No one has perfected the saccharine formula better than bestselling author…

The well-bred take on the undead in Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

By Bob Brown
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Movies | It’s not unusual for writers and filmmakers to modernize a classic work of literature. West Side Story rewrote Romeo and Juliet into the vernacular of 1950’s…

Hail, Caesar! is not the king of Coen brothers’ movies

By Bob Brown
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Movies | The Coen brothers are known for their unorthodox moviemaking. Sometimes they hit the mark—like with their Oscar-winning Fargo . But in Hail, Caesar! , the film…

Jane Got a Gun

By Bob Brown
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Movies | Jane (Natalie Portman) gasps when her husband, Bill Hammond (Noah Emmerich), slumps off his horse in front of their remote homestead. His back riddled with…

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