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Too many notes in this overstuffed story of a rock 'n' roller trying to go home make for a chaotic tone.
Actually, it’s all disinformation and propaganda: This was probably the most fun I’ve had at the cinema this year.
"Mr. Holmes" is a fascinating exploration of the hero myth when the hero has lost his grasp on the very thing that made him revered.
Aside from nifty action and the nostalgia of seeing Schwarzenegger as a strutting cyborg again, "Terminator Genisys" was better left in the dustbin of the past.
One of the year's best films, "The End of the Tour" takes us deep inside the fecund, foul mind of a writer ... actually, two.
"Paper Towns" is the rare teen movie that treats its subjects as complex, flawed and still-maturing human beings.
A well-meaning film loaded with stellar talent, “Tomorrowland” is the proverbial sleek rocket that never gets off the launch pad.
As the long-running animated show stumbles through its last years, it still manages to land plenty of satirical punches.