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Run Time: 3:42
U.S. Home Release Date: 2018-10-06
MPAA Rating: "NR"
Genre: Adventure
Director: William Wyler
Cast: Charlton Heston, Stephen Boyd, Haya Harareet, Jack Hawkins, Hugh Griffith, Martha Scott, Cathy O’Donnell, Sam Jaffe

While its grandiose visuals remain impressive and the chariot race has lost none of its energy and excitement, "Ben-Hur" is overlong and bloated.

The mix of traditional thriller elements, Cold War storytelling, submarine warfare, and Sean Connery's magnetic performance engage the viewer throughout.

"Sin Reaper" is proof that, no matter how bad you think a horror movie is, there’s always room for something worse. This is that “worse.”

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Plodding, repetitive, replete with technobabble nonsense and lifeless action, this is easily the worst-written of any of the 20 to-date MCU offerings.

Run Time: 1:28
U.S. Home Release Date: 2018-10-16
MPAA Rating: "R" (Violence, Profanity)
Genre: Horror
Director: Stephen Susco
Cast: Colin Woodell, Stephanie Nogueras, Rebecca Rittenhouse, Betty Gabriel, Savina Windyani, Connor Del Rio, Andrew Lees

One of the bleakest films of 2018 and shouldn’t be seen by anyone expecting a few lighthearted jump-scares.

Run Time: 1:25
U.S. Home Release Date: 2018-10-16
MPAA Rating: "R" (Violence, Profanity)
Genre: Thriller/Comedy
Director: Jonathan Watson
Cast: Rosemarie DeWitt, Danny McBride, Lolli Sorenson, Luke Wilson, Elizabeth Gillies

A tonal mess and its inconsistencies make it a frustrating viewing experience.

With its flashy action sequences and Tarantino-wannabe vibe, the movie tries hard to be hip and edgy but ends up simply being uneven.

A simple story with lots of visual pizzazz and little in the way of complexity or intelligence is a great way to lure viewers of all nationalities into theaters.

Run Time: 1:40
U.S. Home Release Date: 2018-10-09
MPAA Rating: "R" (Profanity, Sexual Content)
Genre: Drama
Director: Bo Burnham
Cast: Elsie Fisher, Josh Hamilton, Emily Robinson, Jake Ryan, Fred Hechinger, Catherine Oliviere, Daniel Zolghadri

Unsentimental, non-glamorized, and unclouded by the usual overlay of rose-colored nostalgia, this is a raw but rewarding motion picture.

Retains the edge-of-the-seat and nihilistic qualities of its predecessor, but there are shifts to the overall tone, which is neither as stark nor as ominous.