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Jack Reacher: Never Go Back
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Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (2016) C-118m. BOMB D: Edward Zwick. Tom Cruise, Cobie Smulders, Aldis Hodge. Hobbled sequel finds government conspiracy and missing identities, but who cares? Cruise's star power bears most of the blame for this terrible film.

The Verdict
The Verdict (1982)
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Verdict, The (1982) C-122m. ???? D: Sidney Lumet. Paul Newman, Charlotte Rampling, James Mason, Jack Warden. Stunning drama from David Mamet about Newman as scorn lawyer who sees chance to salvage his career (and self-respect) by taking medical wrongdoing case to trial. A spellbinding companion piece to Lumet's 12 ANGRY MEN. Look for Bruce Willis as jury member! One of the best films of the 1980s.

Rituals (1977)
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Rituals (1977) C-94m. ? 1/2 D: Peter Carter. Hal Holbrook, Lawrence Dane, Robin Gammell. Five men on wilderness vacation find themselves alone and dealing with a skilled killer; essentially a violent ripoff of DELIVERANCE. Extremely unpleasant. Aka THE CREEPER.

Shaft (1971)
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Shaft (1971) C-100m. ??? D: Gordon Parks. Richard Roundtree, Moses Gunn. Notably funky crime film about cool black private eye who is hired by criminal lord to find and rescue his kidnapped daughter. Not a complete success, but what assists this action thriller--and makes it worthwhile--is Isaac Hayes' iconic, Oscar-winning theme score. Slick entertainment. Followed by two sequels.

Incubus (1965)
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Incubus (1966) 74m. ??? D: Leslie Stevens. William Shatner, Allyson Ames, Milos Milos. A genuine curio if there ever was one: surprisingly eerie, effective horror story about pretty demon Ames who's intent of manipulating Shatner crumbles when she unwillingly falls in love. Lost for over 30 years . . . and remains only film in history to use spoken-language of Esperanza. Well-made, impressively shot by Conrad Hall (IN COLD BLOOD).