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Review by Angelica Jade Bastien
Wonder Woman is beautiful, kindhearted, and buoyant in ways that make me eager to see it again.
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Review by Matt Zoller Seitz
They've preserved Pilkey's exuberant drawing style as well as his understanding of what sort of humor is guaranteed to make young kids laugh until their sides hurt.
Review by Glenn Kenny
A movie with which it is easy to find fault, and if you're a particular kind of person, you'll find fault with it without even trying too hard.
Review by Sheila O'Malley
Band Aid is mostly interested in what happens when two unhappy people sit down with pen and paper and try to create something out of nothing.
This is a striking and thought-provoking picture.
Review by Godfrey Cheshire
A load of utter rubbish from first frame till last.
Review by Susan Wloszczyna
Yes, the narrative is occasionally clunky and there is often more tell than show. But a strong ensemble offers compensation.
Review by Simon Abrams
God of War is a spectacularly miscalculated historical epic.
Review by Christy Lemire
A nasty little piece of B-movie trash that lacks both the verve to grab you as a guilty pleasure and the artistry to be taken seriously as a dramatic thriller.
Review by Vikram Murthi
A disorganized onslaught of primary source material that doesn't so much shed light as it does simply exist.
Review by Brian Tallerico
For a documentary about form-breaking artists, the film is surprisingly straightforward.
Review by Nick Allen
An example of both the compelling passion and polarizing fallibility that can arise when a director works primarily from the heart.
The film's success comes from the way that Kernell's skills as a director match the ambitions of her script.
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