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Review by Matt Zoller Seitz
Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson are a classic comedy duo in the tradition of Abbott & Costello and Bob Hope & Bing Crosby.
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Review by Susan Wloszczyna
Has plenty of emotional hooks, some great lines and is no stinker, despite simply following what amounts to the same plot current as before except to the Pacific Coast of California instead of the Great Barrier Reef of Australia.
Review by Scout Tafoya
Cosmos is both typical and atypical Żuławski; it's like absinthe distilled secretly in a prison cell.
Review by Glenn Kenny
A documentary about a tickling empire that manages to be disquieting and entertaining simultaneously.
Review by Odie Henderson
Raiders! is a love poem to film geeks everywhere, giving them heroes whose own geekdom is a pinnacle of aspiration.
Review by Christy Lemire
An intimate snapshot of the modern life of privileged teens that should have been gripping; instead, it ends up feeling like a melancholy glimmer.
Review by Mark Dujsik
Writer/director César Augusto Acevedo's Land and Shade is a film of uncommon restraint and considerable compassion.
Review by Simon Abrams
A dinky bank heist horror-thriller hybrid that feels like a weirdly passion-less passion project.
Review by Brian Tallerico
Indie romantic comedy No Stranger than Love feels like it probably began life as a one-act play but need more workshopping to discern its purpose.
Review by Nick Allen
Seoul Searching is unforgettable in how it boldly presents adolescence, specifically here from a minority's perspective, not just as a life passage, but a type of performance.
Review by Alissa Wilkinson
Parched is vibrantly alive, full of color and light and movement and music.
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