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Michael B. Jordan Shines (Again) in the Sturdy, Moving 'Creed II'
"Creed II" is the rare sequel that doesn't wind up feeling like the same old mistake.
A Nasty, Nimble 'Halloween' Finds the Horror Franchise in Pretty Good Shape
It doesn't just forge a direct link to the original; it pretends all the garbage in between never even existed.
'House With a Clock in its Walls' Offers Creaky, Freaky Haunted-Mansion Fun
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Shane Black's 'The Predator' is a Snarky, Gory Reboot With Ugly Baggage
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'Ant-Man and the Wasp' a Bright, Cheery Tonic From the Marvel Factory
"Ant-Man and the Wasp" is a movie of deliberately low stakes and, for that very reason, enormous charm.
'Upgrade' is a Sleek, Strikingly Designed A.I. Vigilante Thriller
It's hard to resist the sensory allure of the movie's acrobatic camera moves, its dark neon-noir palette and its moody score.
'Avengers: Infinity War': a Rousing Marvel Mash-up, or a Truly Epic Tease?
Every line, every gag, every punch and every zap arrives on cue.
A Christian Critic Hopes for a Better 'Faith-Based' Cinema
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The Stirring 'Wonder Woman' Comes to the Rescue of DC Comics Movies
An excellent new movie reveals the superhero's previously unknown role in the resolving the conflict during World War I.
Exuberant 'Baby Driver' Is an Automotive Musical Like No Other
Edgar Wright's vehicular-action-thriller-jukebox-musical-romance is movie craftsmanship and showmanship of a very high order.
'War for the Planet of the Apes' Is a Work of Stunning Artistry
It's the rare Hollywood reboot that really does feel like the product of a higher intelligence.
Sweeping 'Battleship Island' Concocts a WWII-Era Escape Thriller
Wartime horrors are rarely served up with as much cinematic gusto as they are in "The Battleship Island."
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The Congressional Budget Office published options for reducing the imbalance, including three suggestions on Tricare.
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Charles Kettles, who received the Congressional Medal of Honor on July 18, 2016, died Monday. The war hero was 89 years old.
American Soldier Wounded in Manbij Attack Fighting for His Life
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Soldiers Total JLTV Days After Delivery
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Supervisor of Navy SEAL Charged in War Crime Case
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Navy First Service to Test Smartphone Access to Personnel Records
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Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is vulnerable to wildfires, according to a Pentagon report released last week.
As Russia, China Encroach, Airmen Work to Expand Comms Network in Antarctica
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Kadena Airman Found Dead Was Member of 353rd Special Operations Group
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Lawyer: Former Marine Accused of Spying Had Classified Documents on Him
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The town's residents are rallying around their own as the partial government shutdown has left the Coast Guard in the cold.
Cutter Deploys to Western Pacific As Coast Guard Remains Unpaid
"Alexander Hamilton would be proud."