'Dora and the Lost City of Gold' is worthy only of silver

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Isabela Moner stars as "Dora" in "Dora and the Lost City of Gold." Photo credit: Vince Valitutti

Our critics review "The Kitchen," about wives who become powerful mobsters in Hell's Kitchen; "Dora and the Lost City of Gold," a live-action film based on the "Dora the Explorer" cartoon, in which Dora tries saving her parents while trying to solve a mystery about a lost Incan civilization; "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark," about horror stories that become real for a group of teens; "After the Wedding," about a woman who needs money for her orphanage in India and travels to New York to meet a benefactor.


Amy Nicholson - host of the podcast Unspooled and film reviewer for the New York Times - @theAmyNicholson, Tim Grierson - Senior U.S. Critic for Screen International, a contributing editor at MEL, and the author of “This Is How You Make a Movie" - @TimGrierson

Barbara Bogaev

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