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For a while, Japan’s Oscar contender “feels like a loose, unconventional portrait of a happy family,” said The Seattle Times. But watch out: As much as this drama can charm while letting viewers inside a makeshift Tokyo household of petty thieves, “it also devastates.”
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This Queen biopic and surprise Golden Globe winner is “a bit of a mess,” said Time. Still, “it has more ragged energy” than many better films, mostly because Rami Malek is “all glitter and muscle and nerve endings” as Freddie Mercury, the band’s “extravagantly charismatic” lead singer.
Ralph Breaks the Internet
Chemistry between two voice actors fuels this Wreck-It Ralph sequel, a “weirder and more interesting” movie than the original, said the Chicago Tribune. When a broken part spells doom for a video arcade game, Sarah Silverman’s Vanellope and John C. Reilly’s Ralph turn to the web for a fix.