• Movie review: 'Super Troopers 2' is a sequel stuck in permanent adolescence

    By Pat Padua The Washington Post -
    Published: Fri, Apr 20, 2018

    Starring Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Hefferman, Steve Lemme, Brian Cox, Lynda Carter; directed by Jay Chandrasekhar; 100 minutes; R for crude sexual material and coarse language throughout, drug humor and some graphic nudity. In the sequel "Super Troopers 2," a highway patrolman...

  • Geoffrey Rush delivers a winning, ferocious performance in 'Final Portrait'

    By Ann Hornaday The Washington Post -by Anne Hornaday The Washington Post -
    Updated: Thu, Apr 19, 2018

    Starring Armie Hammer, Geoffrey Rush, Clemence Poesy, Tony Shalhoub, Sylvie Testud; directed by Stanley Tucci; 90 minutes; R for coarse language, some sexual references and nudity. One of the finer bits of filmmaking in the 20th century came late in Stanley Tucci's "Big Night," a...

  • Movie review: 'Finding Your Feet' is too on-the-nose

    By Jane Horwitz The Washington Post -
    Updated: Fri, Apr 13, 2018

    For a movie whose title refers to the extremities, "Finding Your Feet" sure is on-the-nose. There is nary a turn of plot that moviegoers of a certain age won't be able to predict. Yet this dramedy about middle-class Londoners in their 60s and 70s getting on with life has a genial...

  • Movie review: 'Truth or Dare' a humorless horror flick about college kids trapped in a deadly game

    By Jane Horwitz The Washington Post -
    Updated: Fri, Apr 13, 2018

    While on a hard-drinking spring break trip to Mexico, the young people at the center of this unforgivably humorless horror flick jump into a game of Truth or Dare, which they discover - too late - is demonically possessed. They're college seniors, but they lack the common sense shown...

  • Movie review: Wes Anderson brings his jewel-box aesthetic to Japan with 'Isle of Dogs'

    By Ann Hornaday The Washington Post -
    Updated: Thu, Apr 12, 2018

    Viewers may be forgiven for being confused by Wes Anderson's movies. Constructed with dollhouse fastidiousness, their hyper-symmetrical, squared-off tableaus dressed with gorgeous textures and color palettes - and their clipped dialogue delivered with deadpan sincerity - depict a...

  • Movie review: 'Chappaquiddick' plays it fair, appeasing neither Kennedy family fans nor its haters

    By Alan Zilberman The Washington Post -
    Published: Fri, Apr 6, 2018

    Starring Kate Mara, Clancy Brown, Olivia Thirlby, Jason Clarke, Ed Helms, Bruce Dern; directed by John Curran; 101 minutes; PG-13 for mature thematic material, disturbing images, some strong language and smoking. Years before Watergate, the name Chappaquiddick became shorthand for...

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