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Jon Pack

Sequel about French-Canadian Mounties and Americans in Quebec hits a major humour roadblock more

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Set in Africa, France and the Arctic Sea, Wim Wenders’s dull spy story features dialogue that sounds like it’s from an op-ed page more

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The fine actor Imogen Poots is wasted in a movie that wants to comment on contemporary America but really has nothing to say more

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High-concept Amy Schumer comedy about a drab woman who becomes convinced she looks like a fashion model stumbles more

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Film about Björn Borg and John McEnroe’s Wimbledon 1980 showdown is a generic, simplistic biopic more

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Barry Levinson-directed HBO drama skims the surface of the Penn State sex-abuse scandal and the football coach who may have allowed it to happen more

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Faith-influenced movie is based on an inspiring story about a volleyball team that rallied together to honour the memory of one of their players more

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What could have been an interesting procedural about an irresponsible and entitled man heads in the wrong direction more

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Montreal filmmakers Carlos and Jason Sanchez make some bad narrative choices that lack internal logic more

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Geoffrey Rush is excellent as the aging Swiss-Italian artist, but in 2018, we don’t need another story of an egomaniacal womanizing painter more

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The concept about parents wanting to keep their daughters from having sex on prom night is clever, but the film feels rushed and frenzied more

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Scary music and slow-motion crowd shots undermine this potentially chilling financial documentary more

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Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano deliver yet another non-threatening art-house movie, but it’s pretty insubstantial more

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Underwhelming animated sequel to Gnomeo & Juliet isn't funny, features lacklustre voice work and contains all the excitement of a Scooby-Doo episode more

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Max Winkler's film about an edgy California teen running a scam doesn't have anything to say about the issues it raises more

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And the great Rossy de Palma is wasted as a mousy housekeeper more

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Donald Sutherland and Helen Mirren are way overqualified for this cloying dramedy more

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Director José Padilha is all about depicting the unchallenged exercise of state power in as stylish a manner as possible more

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The veteran actor stars as an overthrown dictator hiding out with a teen girl in suburban America more

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But look for an eerily effective scene set at a mobile home park swimming pool more

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