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‘Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard’ is a 100-minute blast of chaotic evil energy

8/10 Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard is a riot. It’s a trashy, meat-and-potatoes genre piece that’s light on the meat, but it’s got an avalanche of potatoes, and that’s just fine.   The Italian Riviera- Michael Bryce (Ryan Reynolds), suffering post-traumatic nightmares … Continue reading

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The strange, inconclusive summer of 2017

Yeah, I know Labor Day was two weeks ago, fuck off It’s been a summer of transition at the movies. Transition to what? Who knows. There are several narratives to spin based on the number of movies that were released … Continue reading

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Late-summer catch-up: ‘Logan Lucky’

8/10 Director Steven Soderbergh returns from his brief retirement entirely on his terms, making a film he had complete control over, for better or worse. Logan Lucky drags at times, but is far more often a side-splitting redneck romp that … Continue reading

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‘Hitman’s Bodyguard’ sloppy but fun

7/10 The Hitman’s Bodyguard isn’t much of a film, but it’s a riot of a movie. As vicious Belarusian dictator Vladislav Dukhovich (Gary Oldman) stands trial in the World Court for countless atrocities, prosecutors can’t get witnesses to the stand … Continue reading

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