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A lifeless retread of "don't go in the water" madness, this Jason Statham shark movie has none of the gore, ambition, or weirdness necessary to make it into the cult-classic B-movie it so obviously longs to be. more

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Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) is back, doin' cray-cray stunt stuffs and savin' the world by running hard. If you somehow remember other movies in the series, you'll love this one! If you don't, it's still a great time with practical stuntwork. more

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This are the best movie-going experiences in Omaha I've ever had, but it's really just an invitation for you to think about yours. So do that! more

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As everyone predicted, Denzel Washington's first sequel is a follow-up to a TV adaptation about a guy who drives for Lyft and punches bad people. As forgettable as you'd expect, but our dads are gonna love it. more

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This surreal comedy is as terrifying as it is hilarious. Ostensibly about a telemarketer who rises through corporate ranks, this is actually a condemnation of countless levels of modern apathy and human cruelty. more

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Much like last time, this misadventure aims for comedy-action and sort-of glances off both components. Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) and the Wasp (Evangeline Lilly) try to retrieve her mom from the "quantum realm" and fight lame, useless bad guys. more

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Count down the top 10 movie beverages of all time! Some of what's on the list will surprise, all of it will get you hammered if you drink the whole list. more

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No Emily Blunt and lots more silly racial fear-mongering combines with a spin-in-place plot and truly ugly visuals to create a boring, stupid action movie that has absolutely no reason to exist. more

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A sequel that's all set-up for a potentially insane final chapter to a weird trilogy, this installment is utter nonsense and loud noises that culminates in a silly ending that could mean great and goofy things ahead for dino-terror. more

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This dull heist movie takes itself far too seriously in retelling a crime committed by bored bros. more

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This well-produced, good-feeling documentary has very little in the way of revelations or insights. It's basically a long commercial for Mister Rogers Neighborhood, which makes it watchable but not exceptionally compelling. more

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This long-awaited sequel sees the superpowered family return to action to thwart the evil Screenslaver. It's a perfectly fine and fun follow-up that has little to say beyond sympathizing with stressed and tired moms and dads everywhere. more

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This is a meticulous, intricate examination of emotional trauma, a hyperbolic look at inherited mental illness and one of the most beautifully horrific films of all time. The last half hour will mess you up or make you laugh, so either way you win. more

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A perfect cast pulls off the perfect heist, albeit without being allowed to have quite as much fun onscreen as was permitted in other installments. If you don't enjoy watching these diamonds get boosted, you've lost the shine on your soul. more

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Martin Freeman does his best in a zombie movie about a father trying to find someone to watch his daughter forever. There are lots of themes about Australian Aboriginal peoples and environmentalism, but don't get your hopes too high. more

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A look at the numbers reveals that there are fewer women composers than in any other artistic field in cinema. Here's a look at the problem and some points of hope. more

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This swashbuckling space adventure has a killer cast and is a ton of fun...whenever it isn't bogged down by explaining tiny details not even the most die-hard fan would care about. A good time that could have been great fun. more

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A seemingly unfinished adaptation of Ray Bradbury's classic that is a strong contender for the worst movie of the year. Maybe read a book instead? more

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Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) must protect a young mutant, Russell (Julian Dennison), from a time-traveling soldier, Cable (Josh Brolin), who aims to kill the boy before he becomes a supervillain. There are a lot of jokes. more

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This silly serial-killer tale is the kind of watchable B-movie trash we don't get much of these days. Featuring David Tennant with a perm and unintentional hilarity, it's the best kind of bad movie. more

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