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Shyamalan’s latest is original, but not one of his best.
The modern chapter in this horror legend is strengthened by brilliant performances.
The latest in the Purge saga is unsurprising, and lacking in personality.
This horror is held aloft by two-game performances, even if it can’t lean into its own ridiculous story.
Snyder is let loose into zombie land, but he might need a supervisor.
This Chris Rock-led entry into Jigsaw world is a flawed but fun addition to the franchise.