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Holiday Movie Preview 2017

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The Will Smith-Joel Edgerton buddy cop thriller about violent race relations is brutally inept more

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Courtesy of Bell Media

The sci-fi anthology series – featuring Steve Buscemi, Anna Paquin and Terrence Howard – dares to care about its characters more

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Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson and the rest of the Barden Bellas reunite for one last crowd-pleasing tour more

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Replacing Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer as John Paul Getty is likely the only reason anyone will remember this kidnapping thriller more

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Tonally wonky musical biopic about P.T. Barnum never finds its heart, but the music sequences are terrific more

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Sony Pictures.

Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan and Jack Black have fun in a 21st century upgrade of the blockbuster more

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The director sounds off on apathy in America, the various limitations of filmmaking and his new six-part series about murder, LSD and the CIA more

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You'll want to sample Japan's favourite comfort dish after watching this drool-worthy doc more

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Netflix's anthology series makes perfect binge-watching this holiday season more

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Alexander Payne’s SF film has a clever premise but runs out of gas midway through more

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Jessica Chastain shines as real-life Molly Bloom, who was indicted for illegally running high-profile poker games more

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There's a fascinating story here, but watching this bloated six-part Netflix series is frustrating more

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Ingenious and very funny script, bolstered by great performances, comments on everything from the skating establishment to violence against women more

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But wrestler John Cena’s generic lead performance is overwhelmed by supporting cast more

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Luca Guadagnino's summer romance is gorgeous to look at but lacks any heat or passion more

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Jules Heath

Rian Johnson’s entry in the space opera takes the familiar characters (and a few new ones) into strange, unexpected territory more

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