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Crazy Rich Asians takes rom-com for a luxury ride

Movie review: Crazy Rich Asians Jon M. Chu’s adaptation of the Kevin Kwan bestseller proves money trumps ethnicity and genre is universal as we watch a Romeo and Juliet romance unravel in the middle of Singapore.
3.5Score

BlacKkKlansman gets under the all-white hood

Movie Review: BlacKkKlansman Spike Lee's movie, based on the true story of a black policeman who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan, focuses on America’s enduring cultural history of racism.
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The Meh’g — a gaping maw that swallows cliché whole

Movie Review: The Meg Jason Statham proves bite-proof in a regurgitation of Jaws that sinks all the way to the bottom in a bid to go bigger
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Leave No Trace Gets Lost on Purpose

Movie Review: Leave No Trace Ben Foster and Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie take on the weight of a father and daughter looking for a place to call home in world that wavers between ambivalence and hostility.
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Incredibles 2 Too Much Toon, Too Little Tone

Movie review: Incredibles 2 The long-awaited sequel to The Incredibles picks up the Parr family where we left them, but the world and our innocent sense of wonder has changed. Maybe that’s why Brad Bird’s Incredibles 2 feels a little out-of-sync, despite its cinematic skill.  
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Faith and Philosophy Feed the Flame of First Reformed

Movie review: First Reformed Paul Schrader revisits the desperation of Taxi Driver with Ethan Hawke in the role of a priest losing his religion while trying to save a young woman from a sick world.
3Score

Check In at Hotel Artemis and Visit Hell

Movie Review: Hotel Artemis A decaying deco hotel set in a dystopian downtown Los Angeles creates a swirling backdrop for a random story of redemption anchored only by Jodie Foster’s persistent talent and Dave Bautista's hulking presence.
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New on Netflix: Ibiza is a Girl’s Night Out on Happy Pills

New on Netflix: Ibiza The latest streaming original offers off-beat producer Gary Sanchez and proteges Alex Richanbach and Lauryn Kahn a wacky canvas with stars that know how to pop -- and sell it, too.
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Saoirse Ronan and Ian McEwan Find Broken Shell of Love On Chesil Beach

Movie Review: On Chesil Beach Saoirse Ronan takes on the role of another mysterious female force in this latest McEwan adaptation, which tells the story of two newlyweds who embark on their maiden voyage together, but an iceberg awaits.  
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I Feel Pretty is Witty and Bright Because Schumer is Goofy and Good

Movie Review: I Feel Pretty Amy Schumer takes on the beauty myth -- literally -- in a story about an insecure woman concussed into confidence in I Feel Pretty, a piece of formula magically transformed into a one-woman screwball comedy of mistaken identity.