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THE FAVOURITE * * * Joyce *** Don (18th Century English court drama) This naughty 18th century movie centers around activities in the court of Queen Anne (Olivia Coleman), the sickly, hot-tempered, politically inept Queen of England. Abigail (Emma more
THE MULE * * * (Senior citizen drug driver) Clint Eastwood's latest movie, which he produced, directed and stars in, has received loads of publicity and some bad critical reviews. It turns out to be a very predictable little film about an old man more
Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse **** out of five stars Multiple versions of Marvel's famous webslinger must come together to save the multiverse in the first-ever animated Spider-Man movie released on the big screen. Miles more
The Lull Before the Storm Hollywood takes a break every year at this time, as movie-goers skip the theatres to do their Christmas shopping, and movie distributors plan for the release of their big films during the holidays in time to qualify for the more
RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET ***½ out of five stars Co-director Rich Moore and Walt Disney Animation Studios at long last have unveiled the sequel to their 2012 hit Wreck-It Ralph. For their … more
RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET * * (Silly cartoon for kids only) Wreck-It Ralph is back. This time around he has graduated from arcade games to the Internet, but at times it is hard to tell the difference. So Ralph (voice of John C. Reilly) and his little more
GREEN BOOK * * * * (Funny, odd-couple tale of racism) Rhode Island's own Peter Farrelly, who with his brother has directed some pretty silly movies, has come up with our favorite movie so far this year. Watch out, Academy Awards! Green Book" is the" more
CREED II * * (Formula boxing movie) Sylvester Stallone just can't let go of his Rocky character. Lots of back story here as he befriends Adonis Creed (Michael B. Jordan), son of Apollo Creed, Rocky's ring rival. Adonis is the heavyweight champion of more
INSTANT FAMILY * * * (Joyce) * * * (Don) (Humorous tale of foster families) Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne play Pete and Ellie, a childless, young, white, middle class couple who attend foster parenting classes run by two savvy, sarcastic social workers more
WIDOWS * * * (Complex heist movie) This is the year for movies about women empowerment. Director Steve McQueen has come up with a beauty, filled with twists, turns and a complex plot that requires close attention to details. Rhode Island's own Viola more
THE GIRL IN THE SPIDER'S WEB * * * (Don) * * * (Joyce) (Action adventure) What? Joyce scored an action/adventure movie higher than Don? There's a simple explanation: Joyce is smarter than Don. She figured out the convoluted plot and wasn't as confused more
CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME? * * * (True tale of forger) Melissa McCarthy stars as true-life author Lee Isreal, an unpopular author who finds herself unwanted, unloved, broke and with writer's block, living in a rundown apartment in New York City, where more
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