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HiT Reviews: ‘T2 Trainspotting,’ ‘Raw’
5 days ago

HiT Reviews: ‘T2 Trainspotting,’ ‘Raw’

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Some sequels all but demand to be watched with your arms folded against your chest.

Take “Zoolander 2,” one of 2016’s biggest duds. What was the purpose, beyond reminding us …
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‘Life’ Packs Chills Between Those Eye Rolls
5 days ago

‘Life’ Packs Chills Between Those Eye Rolls

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In space, no one can hear you say, “C’mon, you can’t be that stupid!”

“Life,” the cinematic methadone until Ridley Scott’s “Alien: Covenant” hits theaters, delivers scares that rival that …
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‘Bokeh’ Makes Society’s Collapse a Chore
7 days ago

‘Bokeh’ Makes Society’s Collapse a Chore

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Imagine that disaster porn auteur Roland Emmerich took a few philosophy classes before his next project and was given a limited budget.

That movie might look and feel very much …
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Why ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Is Too Big to Fail
2 weeks ago

Why ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Is Too Big to Fail

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Disney understands the value of a brand better than any other film studio. And, by extension, the resources required to do one justice.

So we have a note-perfect live version of …
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How ‘Kong: Skull Island’ Revives a Franchise Fave
3 weeks ago

How ‘Kong: Skull Island’ Revives a Franchise Fave

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King Kong hasn’t changed all that much since we first met him way back in 1933.

He’s still fiercely territorial, quick to anger and has a weakness for blondes.

And, …
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Meet the Lost Souls Who Make ‘Uncertain’ Soar
3 weeks ago

Meet the Lost Souls Who Make ‘Uncertain’ Soar

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Between 1806 and 1819, the United States and Spain were embroiled in a controversy over the boundary of Texas and Louisiana.

The U.S. claimed the boundary was the Sabine …
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HiT Reviews: ‘Logan,’ ‘Before I Fall’
4 weeks ago

HiT Reviews: ‘Logan,’ ‘Before I Fall’

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For years Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine had an A-Team problem.

Remember that ’80s TV “classic?” Our antiheroes would fire a dozen rounds at the bad guys but few actually got hurt. …
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‘I Don’t Feel at Home’ Is a Genre-Tripping Treat
1 month ago

‘I Don’t Feel at Home’ Is a Genre-Tripping Treat

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Who’s ready for a comic, socially aware thriller with a nougat center of grindhouse insanity?

Sound impossible, no to mention awful? Somehow, first time writer/director Macon Blair pulls off all …
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‘Drifter’ Makes B-Movie Mayhem Look Dull
1 month ago

‘Drifter’ Makes B-Movie Mayhem Look Dull

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There’s a harrowing scene in “Drifter” where a character is forced to watch an unspeakable act.

We know how he feels.

The indie thriller is a 90-minute punishment. It’s pure …
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Why ‘Girl With All the Gifts’ Is Zombie Catnip
1 month ago

Why ‘Girl With All the Gifts’ Is Zombie Catnip

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Remember the first time you saw “28 Days Later?”

Wait … zombies can run?

Since then, zombie films have essentially been stuck in neutral, save for the visceral thrills of …
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