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‘Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore’ Film Review: Where’s The Fantastical?

With the wave of a magic wand, David Yates, J.K. Rowling, and Eddie Redmayne invite us back into the Wizarding World with its third entry, Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore. I confess that I’ve not read a book in

‘The Batman’ Review: Reeves’ Caped Crusader Noir Takes On The Riddler

Much like the eponymous character in Matt Reeves’ The Batman, I find myself at a crossroads. On the one hand, Reeves demonstrates Robert Pattinson’s Dark Knight through an interesting, if overpacked, noir thriller. Co-screenwriters Reeves and Peter Craig concoct an

‘The Matrix Resurrections’ Review: Satisfying Sequel Changed Rules, Unplugs The Matrix

The Matrix Resurrections changes the rules as Neo fights to save The Matrix. The fourth film in the franchise, the results are satisfying with uneven supporting characters.

‘King Richard’: Feel-Good, Overly Ambitious Melodrama Highlights Passion and Fire Behind a Winning Combination

King Richard is the story of Richard Williams’ passion for setting up his children, future tennis stars Venus and Serena William, for success on the world stage. The project is overly ambitious, yet the feel-good nature of the story lobs the ball into the stratosphere. Now in theatres and on HBO Max.

‘Dune’: Villeneuve’s Visual Epic Plays to Novel’s Strengths

Dune is the epic tale of Paul Atreides’ (Timothée Chalamet) ascension toward his destiny in Denis Villeneuve’s take on Frank Herbert’s novel. The ensemble is strong, the performances are emotionally bereft, but the visuals are the reason why theaters exist. Now playing at a theater or streaming on HBO Max.

‘The Suicide Squad’: Gunn Infuses Strong Characters into Raucous Summer Blockbuster

The Suicide Squad demonstrates James Gunn’s strong character building, creating a vividly fun Summer popcorn film. A couple of minor quibbles do impact the overall feeling of the film, but you should see this on the biggest screen possible.

“Maleficent” Sequel Underperforms, “Zombieland” Overperforms in Weekend Box Office

“Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” under performed while managing to take the top spot in its opening frame. Sony’s “Zombieland: Double Tap” opened just behind “Joker” with a slightly higher average take. “Joker” fell into second place as it runs on

“Joker” Leads Weekend Box Office

“Joker” continues to laugh from the top of the box office for its second straight frame while “The Addams Family” surprises with a $30.3m opening weekend. “Gemini Man” takes a distant third In its second frame, Todd Phillips’s “Joker” took in an estimated $55 million