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“Shake, Rattle, and Roll” would be the ideal theme song for “San Andreas” (Warner Bros.), an eye-popping, ear-splitting 3-D chronicle of a California earthquake.
As it did with “Pirates of the Caribbean,” Disney’s new theme park attraction is now also a delightful science-fiction film and great fun for the entire family.
Hollywood’s preoccupation with remakes continues with “Poltergeist” (Fox), a reimagining of the 1982 horror film that gave new meaning to the term “haunted house.”
A father copes with the loss of his three sons during World War I in “The Water Diviner” (Warner Bros.), a fictional drama inspired by true events.
The sequel story of a college a capella group fails at humor by belittling women. It’s out of tune with what should be a wholesome anthem for self-improvement and achievement.
A great deal of study has gone into trying to understand the development that takes place during adolescence, the period that runs roughly through the teen years but may begin earlier and often continues into the early 20s.
A brutal assault on all the senses is the best way to describe “Mad Max: Fury Road” (Warner Bros).
Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara make a distinctly lukewarm road trip film, with impractical footwear for their journey.
In this fourth film adaptation of the classic work, director Thomas Vinterberg aims squarely at the “Downton Abbey” fan base while remaining faithful to his source.