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I May Destroy You
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A series of empty training montages buffered with collective bickering until the bland climax.
Rote mentor-muse drama, like Finding Forrester in period dress.
Wholly routine rom-com with no chemistry, laughs, originality or heart.
Easily Tyler Perry's most tolerable film to date.
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, the Holocaust is back, more overwrought than ever before.
A consistently intriguing thriller, even after it seems to have tipped its hand on the 'whodunnit' front.
Familiar and funny in just about equal measure.
Mickey Rourke, Marisa Tomei and Darren Aronofsky trot out familiar has-been comeback tropes to heart-breaking ends.
A touching and unique take on the horrors of war, as seen through the eyes of a man who isn't sure what he saw.
A somewhat dry yet consistently intriguing historical thriller about the Nazis who attempted to assassinated Hitler.
An increasingly convoluted, decreasingly charming animal-hero tale that often forgets to involve Despereaux.
Frank Miller's take on Will Eisner's classic comic is so over the top, it practically orbits the moon.