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The 15:17 to Paris

'The 15:17 to Paris,' directed by Clint Eastwood.

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‘The 15:17 to Paris’ a Well-Meaning Dud

The story of these three ordinary men stepping up to do an extraordinary thing is one that needs to be told. But this wasn’t the right way to tell it.

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Finally ‘Freed’ from ‘Fifty Shades’

In what’s supposedly the “climax” of the trilogy, the film fails to bring much excitement.

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“Early Man” Bumbling yet Charming

The film’s strengths lie in its wide range of humor and the expressiveness of the claymation characters.

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'Your Name' Grasps for Dreams, Finds a Masterpiece

Both tragic and hysterical, frustrating and rewarding, “Your Name” is a cinematic masterpiece that explores the consequences of trying to grasp the intangible.

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Buyer's Remorse in "Spent"

Considering the film’s potential to be an enjoyable sleeper hit based on its premise’s solid foundation, it's amazing how all that potential effortlessly goes to waste.

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“Cute Little Buggers”: A B Movie In All The Worst Ways

“Cute Little Buggers” is not endearing enough to justify its less admirable qualities.

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“The Post” Serves As Stirring Testament to Freedom of the Press

With President Trump’s constant criticism of the media and the American Dialect Society’s naming of “fake news” as 2017’s word of the year, Spielberg brings together some of Hollywood’s top and classic talents as a recount and a reminder of the power of the press.

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‘Last Flag Flying’ Has True Intention But Faulty Execution

Linklater does well to evoke outrage with a whipping reminder that the American government can simultaneously have its people’s best and worst interests in mind.

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del Toro Recaptures His Magic in ‘The Shape of Water’

One stand-out example of cinematography in 'The Shape of Water' is a sex scene that takes place in a room full of water.

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Greta Gerwig On Why We Need Women in Film

“This year has been an amazing year for women in film,” Greta Gerwig says.

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Arts Vanity: So You Want to be Damien Chazelle

Maybe his last film didn’t win Best Picture, but he’s still the youngest person ever to win Best Director! And why shouldn’t he be? After all, he went to Harvard.

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