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— Liam Neeson, Kinsey

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Creed II

It's all about the importance of character and the ability to face life's challenges. —Matt Anderson (review...)

Creed II

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Emily Blunt

  • Oppenheimer (2023)

    Oppenheimer Review by Matt Anderson: Director Christopher Nolan leaves audiences with the mind racing.

  • Wild Mountain Thyme (2020)

    Wild Mountain Thyme Review by Matt Anderson: It's a refreshing journey down a different path.

  • Into the Woods (2014)

    Streep goes Into the Woods Review by Robert Denerstein: Musical trip into the woods looks great, but where is the magic?

  • The Wind Rises (2014)

    The Wind Rises for Jiro and Miyazaki Review by Marty Mapes: An engineer pursues his dreams in Miyazaki's latest (and hopefully not last)

  • Your Sister's Sister (2012)

    Duplass, DeWitt, and Blunt work out who's Your Sister's Sister Review by Robert Denerstein: Involving and unexpected indie stands out from the crowd

  • Salmon Fishing In The Yemen (2012)

    Blunt and McGregor go Salmon Fishing in the Yemen Review by Matt Anderson: The agile leads are forced to swim upstream when it comes to the romantic entanglements.

    Review by Marty Mapes: Crowd-pleaser has its charm

    Review by Robert Denerstein: Fishing for romance in an unlikely spot

  • The Adjustment Bureau (2011)

    Mackie is here from The Adjustment Bureau Review by Marty Mapes: Focus on love story distracts from film's concept

    Review by Robert Denerstein: Philip K. Dick doesn't always work on screen

  • The Young Victoria (2009)

    Blunt maybe a Young Victoria but she holds her own Review by Marty Mapes: A love story that's a meeting of the minds

  • Jungle Cruise

    Jungle Cruise Review by Matt Anderson: What starts as a high-level lark gradually gets more and more detailed with the history.

  • Mary Poppins Returns

    Mary Poppins Returns Review by Matt Anderson: Emily Blunt's take on Mary Poppins is practically perfect in every way.