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Ewa Fröing, Bertil Guwe and Pernilla Allwin in “Fanny and Alexander”. Photo: SF

Review: Dark Christmas

Fanny and Alexander: A haunting experience, showing a filmmaker in complete control of story, performances and visuals.

“Ferdinand”. Photo: 20th Century Fox

Quick Take: Feeling Bullish

Ferdinand: Offers a reasonable amount of 3D fun and adventure.

Paul Whitehouse, Dermot Crowley, Steve Buscemi, Jeffrey Tambor and Paul Chahidi in “The Death of Stalin”. Photo: IFC Films

Quick Take: Power Grab

The Death of Stalin: Not laugh-out-loud-funny, but still relevant.

Daisy Ridley and Mark Hamill in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi”. Photo: Disney.

Quick Take: Knight in Hiding

Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Along the way we get loads of thrills, emotions and even laughs.

Johan Petersson, Frida Hallgren and Julius Jimenez Hugoson in “Monky”. Photo: Nordisk Film

Quick Take: Ape, Meet Family

Monky: As a whole the charm is more consistent than the contrivances.

Harrison Ford in “The Fugitive”. Photo: Warner

Review: Doc on the Run

The Fugitive: The action scenes hold us on the edge of our seats, and they look realistic to a satisfying extent.

Trevor Noah on “The Daily Show”. Photo: Comedy Central

Donald Trump’s First Miserable Year

I want to see Robert Mueller’s investigation lead to the arrest or resignation of Donald Trump.

Liza Minnelli in “Cabaret”. Photo: Allied Artists Pictures

Review: Fun Before the Führer

Cabaret: Wants to entertain and charm you, but also slap you around a little bit.