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The movies that are playing in Pittsburgh –– and, more importantly, whether or not they’re worth your time.

Movie Review: Amsterdam

Filmmaker David O. Russell returns to the multiplex with a star-studded movie that's just kind of there.

Movie Review: Blonde

Marilyn Monroe deserved a filmmaker who understood (or at least respected) her, not this misfire of a biopic.

Movie Review: Pearl

The near-instant sequel to the slasher film “X” is an intriguing, fresh origin story.

Movie Review: Pinocchio

Director Robert Zemeckis captures a bit of iconic Disney magic with this update to the classic tale.

Movie Review: Clerks III

The Clerks are back, but reality is catching up to them in Kevin Smith's latest self-referential comedy.

Movie Review: Day Shift

Jamie Foxx may be the protagonist of this vampire hunt, but he's easily outmatched by a hip-hop legend.

Movie Review: Thirteen Lives

It must've been tough rescuing those kids from that cave. It's certainly tough to get through the movie about the incident.

Movie Review: Vengeance

Longtime television fixture B.J. Novak has promise as a writer/director, but this dark comedy never quite comes together.

Movie Review: 'Nope'

Is it science fiction? Horror? A western? However you categorize Jordan Peele's latest, it's remarkable.

Movie Review: Elvis

The madcap biopic of the music legend is overwhelming, but a cut above most of its peers.

Movie Review: Hustle

While only a must-watch for NBA fans, the basketball drama is an easily compelling sports flick.

About This Blog

PM Film Editor and movie critic Sean Collier reviews the latest, clues you in on local film happenings and more.

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