PEOPLE Movie Critic Alynda Wheat

Forget skipping anything, just see X-Men, says PEOPLE's critic
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Godzilla isn't quite monster enough to really entertain, says PEOPLE's movie critic
Who did the Academy forget this year?
The best (and easy to skip) films of the Toronto Film Fest week one
Jennifer Hudson reminds us why she's an Oscar winner in her Mandela biopic, but People's critic says Adore is way more fun.
Plus more new films to see or skip this weekend
Wolverine's claws are dull, but PEOPLE's critic says Aubrey Plaza's The To Do List is a sharp comedy
The minions are back! But PEOPLE's movie critic says it's The Lone Ranger that's really despicable
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It's DiCaprio vs. De Niro – PEOPLE's critic helps you plan your weekend at the movies
"If a movie gives us a moment's pause for its use of violence, that's not an inherently bad thing," writes PEOPLE's critic
The cinematography is glorious in Damon and Krasinski's battle over fracking
Their tale of survival is equal parts will, luck and the kindnesses of many strangers
Lincoln or FDR? PEOPLE's critic breaks down films with Daniel Day-Lewis, Bill Murray and Jennifer Lawrence
Jeremy Renner tries to fill Matt Damon's shoes in the action franchise
The movie lets the audience witness the free fall of her brief marriage to actor Russell Brand
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The Mark Wahlberg-Mila Kunis comedy revolves around a teddy bear who's not safe for kids