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Ma Cuisine serves hearty comfort food that hits the spot, but its wine-centric concept may alienate non-drinkers.

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At freshly-renovated Hua Ting, you can eat as reasonably or as luxuriously as you want, and either way, you'll still leave satisfied.

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The relatively-unknown Rian Johnson comes out with guns blazing to turn episode eight of Star Wars into a bona fide blockbuster.

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Madame, a variation on the ever-popular upstairs-downstairs theme, barely registers as an attempt at social commentary.

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Publico Ristorante is a nice-looking restaurant and the food is edible enough.

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Despite its Japanese-sounding name, Wakanui offers aged beef and lamb sourced from New Zealand.

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Battle Of The Sexes deals predictably - but not sensationally - with women lobbers-turned-libbers.

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La Pepa's repertoire may be limited but it sticks to what it does well and is totally free of pretence.

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Justice League is a fun superhero flick where good is expected to triumph over evil, in a franchise heading in the right direction.

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George Clooney's Suburbicon offers a mediocre tale, muddied by two plotlines that lack the proper glue to bind them together.

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Racines gets the job done with food that passes muster but doesn't leave a strong impression.

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Menu offerings are designed to impress, and are matched by upscale pricing.