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The Reluctant Fundamentalist
Both 42 and The Reluctant Fundamentalist deal with issues of individual and systemic racial injustice—but come to very different conclusions.
Pompeii
We should maybe try giving Paul W. S. Anderson a little bit of credit.
Guardians of the Galaxy
Pull out the troll dolls and the black lights: we're going to space.
Mortdecai
A low-effort movie that’s too bad to get riled up about.
Home
You'd be best off rewatching 'Lilo & Stitch.'
42
Both 42 and The Reluctant Fundamentalist deal with issues of individual and systemic racial injustice - and come to very different conclusions.
The Kings of Summer
Snyder's Superman reboot is visually stunning and well-acted, but lacks the humanity of The Kings of Summer, a little coming-of-age movie with a big heart.
Turbo
What if your purported underdog is never anything but, well, an overdog?
Don Jon
In which porn addiction functions as just a case study for a much bigger question.
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
Second verse, pretty much the same as the first.
Cinema's Nostalgia-Fest
Why 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' didn't have to be a terrible movie (though it was).
The End of the Tour
In the David Foster Wallace biopic, the author's own words are the best part.
The Gospel of Gatsby and Draper
What if the self-made man wakes up one day and hates himself?
The Fifth Estate
The movie about Wikileaks is a mess, and a giant missed opportunity.
Free Birds
A movie that's both distinctly American and a bit troubling.
2013 Movie Picks: Jackson Cuidon
Movies about family and coming of age, and one that will make you jump.
The Lego Movie
The rare (and wonderful) kids' movie that rewards those who come to it like children.
X-Men: Days of Future Past
The latest installment's failure to actually focus on its characters is a giant, ironic misstep.
Jupiter Ascending
An overstuffed response to the more fantastical instances of the Marvel franchise.
Insurgent
It's fine to think you're the chosen one, but what if you never grow up?

Top Story March 1, 2021

Bethany Christian Will Allow LGBT Parents to Foster and Adopt
Bethany Christian Will Allow LGBT Parents to Foster and Adopt
The largest Christian adoption agency is now calling on “Christians with diverse beliefs” as it aims to serve more children under a new inclusion policy.

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