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“Avengers: Infinity War”. Photo: Marvel

Quick Take: Six Stones to Rule the World

Avengers: Infinity War: Comes with the amount of laughs and thrills that we expect.

Liv Ullmann and Erland Josephson in “Scenes From a Marriage”. Photo: SF

Review: Through Thick and Thin

Scenes From a Marriage: The miniseries helped men and women dissect their own relationships with new eyes.

Ben Shenkman, Meryl Streep, Justin Kirk and Jeffrey Wright in “Angels in America”. Photo: HBO

Review: Love and Suffering

Angels in America: The play’s timeless aspects survive – and so does this superior adaptation.

Lucy Hale in “Truth or Dare”. Photo: Universal

Quick Take: A Deadly Game

Truth or Dare: A group of bland young actors go through the motions.

Amy Schumer in “I Feel Pretty”. Photo: STX Entertainment

Quick Take: Confidence Queen

I Feel Pretty: No big laughs, even if Amy Schumer is ideal in the lead.

R. Lee Ermey in “Full Metal Jacket”. Photo: Warner

Goodbye, Gunny

R. Lee Ermey would keep playing men in authority over the years, cops and soldiers, because it’s what he did best, but he always caught one’s attention.

Jean Martin in “The Battle of Algiers”. Photo: Criterion

Review: Street by Street

The Battle of Algiers: Urgently relevant far beyond the Algerian War.

Milos Forman. Photo: PBS

Milos Forman, A Rebel

No wonder that Milos Forman hated oppression of any kind.