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These Lives Mattered: 'Detroit' Stumbles Under Its Own Weight... But Still Hits A Nerve
'Passengers': Jennifer Lawrence & Chris Pratt Stranded In Space & Stupidity
War Is The True Terror In Iranian Ghost Story 'Under The Shadow'
Oliver Stone Makes The Edward Snowden Story All Too Simple
Rachel Weisz Makes Identity Negotiable In 'Complete Unknown'
'The Other Side' Shows A Desperate, Dangerous Side Of White America
Virtual Reality Trumps Human Connection In Comedy 'Creative Control'
War Becomes A Star Vehicle For Tina Fey In 'Whiskey Tango Foxtrot'
Inspirational Scenes Redeem The Occasional Clumsy Cliché In 'Race'
Michael Moore's Anti-Hero Act Gets Old In 'Where To Invade Next'
'Bridgend' Film Portrays Mystery Wave Of Suicides With Stylish Detachment
Horror Film 'Southbound' Is A Demonic Detour Worth Taking
In 'Pride And Prejudice And Zombies,' The Undead Feel Like An Afterthought
'A Perfect Day' Shows Us The Absurdities Of War (And Utility Of Rope)
Mope Your Way Into The Holidays With 'Christmas, Again'
'The Danish Girl' Takes A Superficial Look At A Transgender Trailblazer
In The Heart Of The Sea Is An All-Too Ordinary Epic
Review: 'Chi-Raq' Is A Disastrous Mix Of Satire And Tragedy
Vets Grapple With Their Identities In Beautifully Nuanced 'The Great Man'
Irish Horror Film 'The Hallow' Is A Decent Creature Feature
'Spotlight' Shows Journalists At Their Finest, Uncovering Church Sex Abuse
'Spectre' Delivers Familiar But Fun Bond Basics
A Good Cast Keeps The Familiar Fresh In 'A Brilliant Young Mind'
Put Raw, Riveting 'The Mend' On Your Must-See List