Not for everyone, “Poor Things” is wickedly funny and totally unique.

Ridley Scott’s historical epic is a huge missed opportunity.

Film about iconic doll is better than expected.

Air Jordan story is very good, but doesn’t rise to the level of greatness.

Weinstein investigation story doesn’t measure up.

Jessie Buckley shines in supporting role in Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut.

Paul Schrader’s last psychological drama is year’s best so far.

George Clooney’s sci-fi drama looks good, but lacks substance.

Jordan Peele’s new horror film establishes him as a major player in genre.

Reign of Queen Anne provides backdrop for one of year’s worst films.

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