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Review: Gemini Man a bad case of character assassination

Movie review: Gemini Man Will Smith stars twice over as a government assassin seeking to destroy his mission-focused younger clone in Ang Lee’s strangely vacant thriller haunted by ghosts in the machine.

Movie review: 10 Cloverfield Lane keeps you guessing

Movie review: 10 Cloverfield Lane The story of a woman kept locked in an underground bunker by a survivalist is a gripping psychological thriller — unless it's a gripping sci-fi adventure

The Hollars cried out for Krasinski

Film: Sundance Film Festival The veteran star of The Office says becoming a father brought new meaning to Jim Strouse's tragic-comedy about a dysfunctional family struggling to connect By Katherine Monk PARK CITY, UT — The closing night moment bordered on awkward. Sundance Film Festival director John Cooper celebrated the fact he wouldn’t have to introduce any more films at this year’s festival, and in the next breath, introduced the world premiere of John Krasinksi’s The Hollars. The veteran star of The Office and Michael Bay’s 13 Hours looked a little surprised at the suggestion of duress, but took it all in stride as he thanked Sundance for the incredible privilege of unveiling his sophomore effort on Sundance’s final night of premieres. “Sundance was always the goal,” said Krasinski to a sold-out crowd at Park City's Eccles theatre Friday.  Originally attached to the script as the star, Krasinski said he took on actor-director duties because he was ...