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New Reviews at RogerEbert.com for the week of January 06, 2017

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Chaz Ebert's 13 Must-See Films of 2016

Chaz Ebert shares her thoughts on the must-see films of 2016. Check out the list HERE. And here are 13 more! A Baker's Dozen: 13 More Must-See Films of 2016.

New Reviews at RogerEbert.com for the week of January 06, 2017

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Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds

Review by Sheila O'Malley

Bright Lights would have been entertaining even if both women had still been with us. But now, so sadly, it takes on whole other layers of meaning and impact.

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The Ardennes

Review by Glenn Kenny

The movie, directed by Robin Pront from a script by Pront and Joroen Perceval (who's also one of the movie's lead actors), is well-crafted up to a point. But the end to which it is crafted is utterly useless.

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Master

Review by Brian Tallerico

The performances are solid to great throughout, and Cho does build to a remarkably satisfying final twenty minutes, but it takes two hours to get there, and much of those 120 minutes are weighed down with overdirected scenes of people…

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Coin Heist

Review by Matt Fagerholm

One of the finest achievements of the script by Emily Hagins is that none of her main characters can be defined by a reductive label.

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Railroad Tigers

Review by Nick Allen

Railroad Tigers doesn't have the finesse to pull off a more innocent riff on Inglorious Basterds.

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Arsenal

Review by Simon Abrams

The rest of Arsenal is dull, so why wouldn't Nicolas Cage be, too? Arsenal will make you see red, but never intentionally.

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