This low-keyed French confection plays as a comedy in its structure and a drama in the margins. Rating: 3 stars out of 4.
Moira Macdonald and other Times critics weigh in on movies playing in Seattle area for a week or longer.
It’s 2019, and here’s “Shaft.” Again. This time with Richard Roundtree, Samuel L. Jackson and Jessie T. Usher playing three generations of John Shafts. Rating:...
Jim Jarmusch’s zombie comedy isn’t just deadpan — it’s dead. Rating: 1.5 stars out of 4.
Emma Thompson, as a talk-show host, and Mindy Kaling, as an eager young writer, make an appealing team in this glossy, enjoyable workplace comedy. Rating:...
‘Men in Black: International’ review: In a flash, you’ll likely forget it, despite delightful cast WATCH
There’s no reason on earth for this movie to exist — it’s too dull to even be considered mindless fun. Rating: 1.5 stars out of...
Through a standard mix of interviews and archival footage, Howard tells a warm and inviting story of the singer from his humble beginnings to the...
The sequel sticks to formula, but it's a bit looser, exploring several subplots. Rating: 2.5 stars out of 4.
‘Dark Phoenix’ review: Women rise as all-powerful in this chaotic, joyless entry in X-Men series WATCH
This film is a joyless addition to the long-running “X-Men” franchise. Rating: 2 stars out of 4.
‘Tomorrow Man’ review: Romantic dramedy loses its way, but Blythe Danner and John Lithgow shine WATCH
Despite the strange but winning chemistry between Blythe Danner and John Lithgow, the script ultimately fails the fascinating characters. Rating: 2.5 stars out of 4.
Playing Elton John, star Taron Egerton is commanding throughout. His performance is a marvel and “Rocketman” is, as well. Rating: 3.5 stars out of 4.
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