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It died a quick death at the box office, but "Alice Through the Looking Glass" is a charming, colorful romp that exceeds the original.
An unexpectedly pretty penny, "Alice Through the Looking Glass" surpasses its predecessor by cogitating on Lewis Carroll's characters and dizzying world.
A well-intentioned film that jumps through the tropes of the "inspiring historical drama" genre 1-2-3.
"Cinderella" manages to honor the tradition of the classic animated film while adding layers of modernity and complexity.
"Cinderella" discovers the magic that other recent live-action adaptations of animated fairy-tale classics have lacked.
Dickens' dusty tome finds new life in this ravishing adaptation about an orphan pushed and pulled into high society.
Terry Gilliam's new film, a hardcore British prison drama and Tom Hardy does "Phone Booth" in a car
Disney’s feeble attempt at recapturing the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise magic feels more like a beaten dead horse than a rip-roaring good time.
Blessed with ravishingly good performances and a smart distilling of Charles Dickens' novel, "Great Expectations" is the adaptation that surprises.
Big, loud and aggressively dumb, "The Lone Ranger" is basically "Pirates of the Caribbean 5" — where more is always more and the audience wishes it were less.
Though it didn't get the respect and Oscar bling it deserved, "Les Misérables" was the most emotionally transporting cinematic journey of 2012.
Bond, Bilbo, breakthrough Irish comedians and a bold choice for "Les Miserables" highlight Zoe's look at cinema from across the pond.