Saturday, 22 October 2016

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Tricks and treats, a tested family relationship and some very conspicuous spies are among what's headed to theaters this weekend in Keeping Up With the Joneses, Jack Reacher: Never Going Back, Boo! A Madea Halloween, Ouija: Origin of Evil and American Pastoral.

Read on to find out what The Hollywood Reporter's critics are saying about the weekend's new offerings, and click here to see how they're expected to perform at the box office.

Keeping Up With The Joneses

Getting to know your new neighbors is always a tricky process. Now imagine finding out your neighbors are actually government spies. Director Greg Mottola (Superbad, Adventureland) brings this idea to the big screen in his latest film, Keeping Up With the Joneses. Jeff Gaffney (Zach Galifianakis) and his wife, Karen (Isla Fisher), are a quiet couple living a comfortable life in a quiet suburb. Jeff is a cheerful HR manager, Karen an unmotivated interior designer. Their life is normal and relatively uneventful until their new neighbors, the Joneses, move in. Underneath their guise as travel writer and social media editor with a food blog, Tim (Jon Hamm) and Natalie Jones (Gal Gadot) are actually top-secret spies. While the idea is there, THR's film critic Jon Frosch doesn't believe the film delivers. "Mottola and LeSieur fumble the big set pieces, including a sequence that finds the Gaffneys breaking into the Jones residence to look for clues; the rhythm is off, the jokes don’t land, the gags are sluggish and unimaginative," writes Frosch. "You know things are dire when one of the most amusing bits consists of Jeff accidentally smashing Karen’s head into a wall." Read the full review here.

Jack Reacher: Never Going Back


Returning to his non-Mission: Impossible secret-agent role, Tom Cruise once again becomes Jack Reacher, the unstoppable ex-military police commander with a passion for justice. THR film critic Todd McCarthy thinks the film unoriginal. "The film serves up nothing that hasn't been seen in countless action films before, and it's striking how little effort appears to have been made to give it any distinction," explains McCarthy. "Undistinguished visually, this marks a return to the old days, when sequels were almost always markedly inferior to originals that spawned them." Read the full review here.

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Cristin Milioti plays a 30-year-old woman who rejects her boyfriend's marriage proposal in Sasha Gordon's romantic comedy.
The title of Sasha Gordon's debut feature may be reminiscent of all too many formulaic romantic comedies, but the film offers a nice change of pace from the usual. Here, it's the woman who's afraid of commitment and runs for the hills when the topic of marriage comes up. The reversal may not be earth-shaking, but the plot element is refreshing enough to make It Had to Be You an enjoyable, light-hearted romp.

Of course, having Cristin Milioti in the central role is advantageous all by itself. This presence of the charmingly quirky and adorable performer (familiar from her roles in the Broadway musical Once and TV's How I Met Your Mother) should be required in films of this type. Her looks are unusual enough to warrant her waiflike character's response when told she looks like Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday: "Maybe her lesbian cousin."

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The story revolves around Sonia (Milioti), an advertising jingle composer in a long term relationship that's going swimmingly until her beau, the down-to-earth Chris (Dan Soder), proposes.  Although she loves him, the thirty-year-old Sonia isn't ready to take that step, and the two break up. That all of her friends are married and some of them are starting to have children makes Sonia feel even worse about her commitment-phobia. In the midst of all this, she keeps spotting a beautiful woman (Rachel York), about whom she spins elaborate scenarios. When Sonia sees the mystery woman reading the book Eat, Pray, Love, it inspires her to travel to Rome in emulation of the book's heroine.

While in Rome—cue the travelogue of scenic locations, accompanied by Nino Rota-style music—Sonia has a fling with a sexy Italian. But things don’t turn out quite as well for her as it did for Julia Roberts in the movie, as she wakes up the next morning to discover that he's robbed her.

For this tale inspired by writer/director Gordon's (a veteran film soundtrack composer) personal experience, Milioti brings a wide-eyed charm to what could easily have been an irritating character. The filmmaker also infuses the frequently raunchy proceedings with a sexual frankness that is thankfully more often funny than tasteless, such as when Sonia's Italian lover takes it upon himself to groom her nether regions.

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The film doesn't fully deviate from rom-com conventions. There's the requisite happy ending, for instance, although again, one that's delivered with a new twist. And there are times when the cutesiness becomes a bit forced, especially in the Italy-set scenes. Nevertheless, It Had to Be You ultimately demonstrates enough cleverness and inventiveness to make it more than a by-the-book entry in a genre that's become more than a little stale.

Production: Vandewater Media
Distributor: Samuel Goldwyn Films
Cast: Cristin Milioti, Dan Soder, Halley Feiffer, Mark Gessner, Kate Simses, Erica Sweany, Danny Deferari, Kyle Mooney, Rachel York, Nick Mennell
Director/screenwriter/composer: Sasha Gordon
Producers: Rachel Brenna, Richard Arlook, Benjamin Kruger, Levi Abrino, Sasha Gordon, Victor Magro
Executive producer: Chris Columbus
Director of photography: Bobby Webster
Production designer: Kendall Fleisher
Editor: Amanda Laws
Costume designer: Amanda Bujak
Casting: Avy Kaufman

Rated R, 80 min.