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Paul’s performance in Netflix pic continues to show he’s got incredible acting chops
Sion Sono brings originality and excessiveness to Netflix with mixed results.
Boasts a defining performance from Jennifer Lopez while uncovering complex relationships, writes critic Craig Mathieson.
Jennifer Lopez steals the show in this 5-star strip club crime pic.
Story-wise it ain’t much, but it’s all just an excuse to watch celebrities squirm.
Should keep anyone with an appetite for bloodthirsty action satiated.
Teen comedy tropes get appropriately scaled down to 12-year-olds.
Aretha Franklin’s performance will blow you away.
First and foremost, the action is underwhelming.
Still, it’s a fun ride.
Fortunately, no one dresses in drag and does the hula.
A much-needed gasp of air from tentpole franchises.
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