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Men in Black: International review: Latest instalment won’t alienate

With Men in Black: International, director Gary Gray serves up an amusing and stylish reboot of the sci-fi comedy franchise that kicked off in...

Dark Pheonix Review: A hero’s got to know her limits

A superhero story that's focused on relationships Though sombre in tone, the Marvel Comics-based sci-fi adventure Dark Phoenix (Fox) has a fundamentally moral outlook and...

Aladdin Review: A rags to royalty adventure

Though the magical tale of Aladdin is centuries old, it’s probably best known to contemporary audiences through two relatively recent products of pop culture:...

Uglydolls Review: Where who we are is what matters

By Joseph McAleer UglyDolls calls to mind that age-old saying, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” The ‘ugly dolls’ of this movie are based...

Shazam! Review: Is this really suitable for youth?

Family life is exalted over egotistical self-reliance in Shazam! (Warner Bros.), director David Sandberg’s DC Comics-based origin story. Though there’s a warm tone to the...

Dumbo Review: This Disney remake fails to fly

By John Mulderig The sight of a cuddly baby elephant taking to the skies is clearly meant to send spirits soaring in Dumbo (Disney), director...

Wonder Park Review: Fine, uninspiring, not for the young

By John Mulderig The most frequently used word in the animated adventure Wonder Park is “splendiferous.” But the constant, eventually annoying, repetition of the term only...

Captive State: Ambitious, but still unsatisfactory

By John Mulderig With the sci-fi drama Captive State (Focus), director and co-writer Rupert Wyatt has set out to tell a thoughtful, complex story and...

Captain Marvel review: Another comic tale, but not bad

By John Mulderig Wit, positive messages and lavish production values buoy the movie setting out the origin story Captain Marvel. While some of the mythos in...

How to train your dragon: The hidden world Review

By John Mulderig In his 1922 book What I Saw in America, the great Catholic writer G.K. Chesterton reflects on how beautiful New York’s Times...
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