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Review Roundups

TWO TIMES THE CHUM

When "Zombieland" came out in 2009, it was a sleeper hit that boasted a refreshing take on zombie movie tropes. Does "Zombieland: Double Tap" live up the same heights or does the grounds the sequel treads become all too stale and familiar? Here's what the reviews say.

SHOULD YOU WATCH THE WATCHMEN?
Historically speaking, the comic book series "Watchmen" has been a notoriously difficult text to adapt. Does the new HBO series "Watchmen," developed by "The Leftovers" showrunner Damon Lindelof, succeed in putting a new spin to the tale or does it miss the mark entirely? Here's what the critics say.
NOT CLOWNING AROUND
Coming fresh off a Golden Lion win at the Venice Film Festival, the DC supervillain film "Joker" hasn't been without its controversies, especially for its portrayal of its protagonist devolving into violence and seeking revenge on society. Is the movie itself any good or is it a self-serious undertaking that doesn't have much to offer on the topics it touches upon? Here's what the reviews say.
LOOKS CAN BE DECEIVING

"'Who really cares about the story, when the technology is so utterly astounding?' appears to be the film's mentality."

STEVE'S NEVER HEARD OF SUMMER HAIRCUTS

The Duffer Brothers' '80s nostalgia-fueled sci-fi series took an extended absence after its second season got mixed reactions while still being incredibly binge-worthy. Does this next trip to Hawkins, shot through with summer romance and mall memories, hit a high mark?

COULD'VE GONE WITH 'IT'S ONLY LOVE'

The high concept of "Yesterday," a Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis team-up about a man who discovers he's woken up in a world where The Beatles never existed, got people buzzing. Does the full film live up to its elevator pitch?

ALTERNATE TITLE: 'MARIO NEEDS A UNION'

The original "Super Mario Maker" made the most — and then some — from Nintendo's poor-selling Wii U hardware. Does this sequel, now on the widely loved Switch, translate and improve upon the wild creativity that made the original such a success?

VENKMAN AND KYLO REN WALK INTO A BAR...

Jarmusch is bringing his signature style and a seriously stacked cast — including Bill Murray, Chloë Sevigny and Adam Driver — to a distinctly 2019 take on a Romeo-esque zombie film. Does the combination work, or it a mash-up that won't mesh? Here's what critics think.

'PLEASANTLY UNPREDICTABLE'

It's been nine years since we saw Woody, Buzz and the gang in a tear-jerking end to the "Toy Story" trilogy. The fourth installment is premised on the toys pondering the nature of their existence — does it justify its own? Here's what the reviews have to say.

'WILDLY CREATIVE, ELABORATELY DETAILED'

If the first two "John Wick" movies gave Reeves's *other* famous action role serious competition, now "Chapter 3 — Parabellum" has to stick the trilogy landing. Is this another great Wick outing, or more of a "Matrix Revolutions" vibe? Here's what the reviews say.

THE OTHER CAPTAIN MARVEL MOVIE

DC movies took a break after "Justice League," then came roaring back with "Aquaman's" bizarre, beach bro vibes. Is "Shazam!" tagging in to officially start a hot-streak for DC, or will fans be shouting out a different word that begins with "sh"?

'A MASTERPIECE OF DOUBLING'

"Get Out" blew away critics, dominated the box office and earned writer-director Jordan Peele an Oscar — for his debut film, don't forget — so the bar for "Us" is dizzyingly high. Peele seems to have met or cleared it, in a way thinkpieces and theories will struggle with.

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