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Run Time: 1:52
U.S. Release Date: 2020-03-06
MPAA Rating: "R" (Profanity, Violence, Sexual Content)
Genre: Thriller
Director: Peter Berg
Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Winston Duke, Alan Arkin, Iliza Shlesinger, Michael Gaston, Bokeem Woodbine

A mid-budget action/thriller featuring a recognizable star and not requiring much in the way of attention or dedication from a viewer.

Run Time: 1:39
U.S. Home Release Date: 2020-05-19
MPAA Rating: "PG"
Genre: Adventure/Comedy
Director: Jeff Fowler
Cast: Jim Carrey, Ben Schwartz, James Marsden, Tika Sumpter, Lee Majdoub

Unlikely to elevate the based-on-a-videogame category above the dismal level where it has wallowed for the past quarter-century.

Run Time: 1:41
U.S. Home Release Date: 2020-03-10
MPAA Rating: "PG"
Genre: Animated
Director: Nick Bruno, Troy Quane
Cast: Will Smith, Tom Holland, Rashida Jones, Ben Mendelsohn, Karen Gillan, DJ Khaled, Reba McEntire

The filmmakers seem unconcerned about appealing to anyone who isn’t a 9-year old boy; aside from the occasional throw-away line, there’s little here to interest adults.

The last "Star Wars" movie is the most bloated and least satisfying of all the main-line adventures.

There are no real characters here, just quickly sketched stick figures in too-tight costumes that deliver a few solid laughs but not much more.

The movie doesn’t do anything well and it’s an open question why anyone would pay money to see a reworking of a premise that offers so little.

The biggest crime of "The Spy Who Dumped Me" isn’t its dearth of humor or reliance on an unimaginative espionage plot but the way it wastes the talents of its leads.

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: 1:30
U.S. Release Date: 2018-07-10
MPAA Rating: "NR" (Profanity, Sexual Content)
Genre: Comedy/Drama
Director: Jon E. Cohen
Cast: Rancel Edwards, Erin Karpluk, Michael Xavier, Erin Agostino, Jonas Chernick, Mia Kirshner

This superficial and lightweight approach might make for adequate TV viewing but it functions more as a clumsy tease than a satisfying motion picture.

The prioritization of highlighting moments of "Star Wars" lore over telling a compelling story makes "Solo" feel overlong and anticlimactic.