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Frank Scheck

Frank Scheck has been covering film, theater and music for more than 30 years. He was previously the editor of Stages Magazine, the chief theater critic for the Christian Science Monitor and a theater critic and culture writer for The New York Post. His writing has appeared in such publications as the New York Daily News, Playbill, Backstage and various national and international newspapers. He has provided on-air commentary for the BBC, MSNBC and the Fox Business channel, among others.

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‘Saw X’ Review: Tobin Bell Returns to the Central Role, and the Diabolical Gore Is as Creative and Brutal as Ever

Jigsaw is back to his old grisly tricks in this latest installment of the venerable horror franchise.

‘PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie’ Review: Pup Franchise Gets Super-Sized With Mixed Results

The heroic canines from Nickelodeon's popular kids' TV series return for their second big-screen adventure, this time facing a new adversary voiced by Taraji P. Henson.

‘The Kill Room’ Review: Samuel L. Jackson’s Priceless Delivery Is the Chief Reward in Otherwise Unmemorable Dark Comedy

Uma Thurman and Joe Manganiello co-star in Nicol Paone's caper about a hit man turned unlikely art world star via an elaborate money-laundering scheme.

‘No One Will Save You’ Review: Kaitlyn Dever Gives a Virtuoso Turn in Intense Alien Home Invasion Thriller

Aliens infiltrate a young woman's house in this sci-fi movie from Brian Duffield, director of 'Spontaneous.'

‘Expend4bles’ Review: Jason Statham and Sylvester Stallone Take the Franchise to New Lows

Several newcomers, including Megan Fox, Andy Garcia, Tony Jaa and Iko Uwais, join the team for the fourth installment of the action movie series.

‘The Peasants’ Review: ‘Loving Vincent’ Directors Return With a Sumptuous Animated Portrait of a Polish Village

The new film from DK Welchman and Hugh Welchman is an adaptation of a Nobel Prize-winning Polish novel.

‘Willie and Me’ Review: A Disarmingly Silly Slice of Americana, Served Up German-Style

Eva Hassmann stars in her directorial debut, playing a German woman who travels to America to see her idol Willie Nelson's farewell concert.

‘From Dawn Till Noon on the Sea’ Review: A Stirring Japanese Drama of Loneliness and Redemption

Takayuki Hayashi's debut feature revolves around three troubled souls and the aftermath of a kidnapping.

‘The Inventor’ Review: Stephen Fry, Marion Cotillard and Daisy Ridley Help Bring Leonardo da Vinci to Charming Animated Life

Jim Capobianco and Pierre-Luc Grandjon's playful animated feature concerns the later years of the artist.

‘Knox Goes Away’ Review: Michael Keaton Is a Hitman With Dementia in Neo-Noir Misfire

The actor directs and stars as a killer facing a devastating diagnosis in this film also featuring Al Pacino, James Marsden and Marcia Gay Harden.

‘Dear Jassi’ Review: Tarsem Singh Dhandwar Delivers a Devastating Star-Crossed Romance

For his first film in eight years, the director of 'The Cell' and 'Mirror Mirror' tells the tragic, real-life story of two Indians from different socioeconomic backgrounds who fall in love.

‘Dumb Money’ Review: Paul Dano and Pete Davidson in Craig Gillespie’s Entertaining GameStop Stock Comedy

America Ferrera, Seth Rogen, Shailene Woodley and Anthony Ramos co-star in the latest from the director of 'I, Tonya' and 'Cruella.'