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Steven Spielberg is one of the most successful, crowd-pleasing, and lauded movie directors living today. He has three Oscars and another sixteen Oscar nominations. His iconic films include the “Indiana Jones” films, “Jaws,” “Close Encounters of the Third Kind,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “Schindler’s List,” “Jurassic Park,” and “E.T.” So, when he writes and directs a film based on his own life in his teen years, we need to take a time out and pay attention. Read more'The Fabelmans' a treat for movie fans, but doesn't inspire

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Who doesn't love a good sword fight movie? There have been some great ones (“Robin and Marian” comes to mind.) We love the armor, the up-close… Read more'The Last Duel'

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Scary, creepy movies are not my cup of tea but people like to be scared or grossed out, so here we go. Read moreMalignant

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I never heard of Neo Noir before I went to see “Reminiscence.” The classic period of film noir came in the 1940s and 1950s. Such memorable fil… Read moreReminiscence

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At first I thought this would be just a fluff film, something light and trivial to watch, laugh at and forget. Read moreFree Guy

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When Disney lines up at the plate and spends $200 million to make a movie with two of the most popular stars of the day it is time to look for… Read more'Jungle Cruise'

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We love M. Night Shyamalan, even if we never did figure out how to say his name. Read moreOld

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This might be the only time in Hollywood when the bean counters who insist on making a sequel to a successful movie take a breath and listen t… Read moreMovie review

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Writer/director Taylor Sheridan snagged an Oscar nomination for writing the script for “Hell or High Water.” Read moreMovie Review

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We love British director Guy Richie for his over-the-top, funny, horribly violent, and relentlessly clever movie about London gangsters. In th… Read moreWrath of Man

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“Mortal Kombat” comes with a built-in contradiction. The most accepting demographic for this movie is probably young male humans between the a… Read moreMovie Review

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This is the first time up to the plate as a director for Greek-born Evan Spiliotopoulos. He has a long list of writing credits, including “Bea… Read moreThe Unholy

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The Sawmill Theaters releases two new movies this week. I wanted to see one of them just to see Michelle Pfeiffer at age 62. She still has her… Read moreFrench Exit

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Anthony Hopkins just doesn't make bad or even mediocre movies. If we take into account the four Golden Globes nominations for “The Father” and… Read moreThe Father

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Arizona alert-the movie people filmed part of “Nomadland” in Arizona. The theme of people who have homes but not houses had to include the vas… Read moreNomadland

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Bob Odenkirk came to my attention with his leading role in the TV series “Better Call Saul,” a spin-off of the super popular “Breaking Bad.” Read moreNobody

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In this, the second plague year, when a film company has the courage and the sheer effrontery to plunk down $100 million to make a high-concep… Read moreChaos Walking

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With “Raya and the Last Dragon,” the kids will love this latest addition to the huge Disney storehouse of Princess movies. This makes No. 14 o… Read moreThe Movie Review

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“The best movie of 2012,” “A thinking person’s murder mystery.” Those were just some of the favorable comments that burbled out of the popcorn… Read moreThe Little Things

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A guy (wildly handsome actor Richard Early) is having problems with his marriage. His wife (played by Sports Illustrated swimsuit model and ac… Read moreMovie Review

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