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May 26, 2013
After Earth Real-life father and son Will and Jaden Smith play a sci-fi father and son stranded on the planet in this postapocalyptic parable from M. Night Shyamalan. PG-13 Now You See Me Who better to stage an elaborate heist than a slick band of Vegas illusionists? Jesse Eisenberg, Isla Fisher, and Woody Harrelson pull off the sleight-of-hand, while Michael Caine, Mélanie Laurent, Morgan Freeman, and Mark Ruffalo run around in pursuit, or in cahoots, with the prestidigitators.
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August 28, 2016 | By Steven Rea, Columnist
Morris From America Newcomer Markees Christmas owns the title role as a 13-year-old African American kid, living in Germany with his recently widowed dad. Craig Robinson, from The Office and those Hot Tub Time Machine pics, delivers a wonderfully pitched performance as the father, struggling with his own grief, his own sense of alienation, and his parental responsibilities, too. Winner of two Sundance awards, Chad Hartigan's little indie is...
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September 18, 2016
The Magnificent Seven In this remake of the classic western, seven gunslingers team up to save a town from bandits. Brad Pitt and Denzel Washington star. Queen of Katwe Lupita Nyong'o and David Oyelowo star in Disney's inspirational based-on-true story of a poor Ugandan girl who goes on to win international accolades as a chess prodigy. The Oscar buzz has begun. Storks A mistaken order for a baby leads to an adventure for a delivery stork in this animated family feature. Reviewed by staff critics Steven Rea (S.R.)
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September 11, 2016 | By Steven Rea, Columnist
Sully Tom Hanks stars as veteran airline pilot Chesley Sullenberger in this deftly executed account of the amazing emergency landing of a US Airways passenger jet in the middle of a New York City waterway - the so-called Miracle on the Hudson. A true-life drama about heroism and people working in harmony under exceptional conditions, and a sobering deconstruction of the flight's aftermath: Second-guessing, self-doubt, an administrative body - the National Transportation Safety Board - that appears to be looking for a scapegoat.
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