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Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

Eye-popping stop-motion visuals and grade-A voices never lie. Two versions of “Pinocchio” have been released this year. Robert Zemeckis’ live-action remake of the 1940 Disney animated classic, which was condescending and unnecessary on all accounts, and Guillermo del Toro’s stop-motion… Read More ›

Decision to Leave

A riveting mystery about an insomniac detective and the woman who could be bad. I regret not reviewing the new South Korean opus “Decision to Leave” sooner, because like “Aftersun,” I wasn’t sure if I could squeeze it into my… Read More ›

Strange World

Dazzling colors and so many themes make Disney’s latest a fun ride. Jake Gyllenhaal and Dennis Quaid both collaborate as a son and father for the first time since “The Day After Tomorrow” in “Strange World,” the new Disney animated… Read More ›

Devotion

Jonathan Majors and Glen Powell both earn their wings. Jonathan Majors and Glen Powell both have a fascinating connection in this Korean War movie called “Devotion.” It opens with the reminder that it was a “Forgotten War,” which lasted for… Read More ›

Disenchanted

A nice little welcome home party for our Andalasia heroine. It’s inevitable Giselle, the young heroine of “Enchanted,” would want her live-action life to have the same kind of fairy tale magic as her animated kingdom of Andalasia. She’s learned… Read More ›

The Good Nurse

A well-acted drama about a sick nurse and a bad nurse. “The Good Nurse” is a refreshing drama with Jessica Chastain as a struggling nurse and Eddie Redmayne as another nurse named Charlie Cullen, who murdered patients by overdosing them… Read More ›

Wendell & Wild

A nice return for Henry Selick. 13 years after the release of “Coraline,” Henry Selick returns to stop-motion filmmaking with “Wendell & Wild,” which loves the comedy duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele-A.K.A Key & Peele-so much, that his choice… Read More ›

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