‘The Secret Garden’ finds magic within sorrow, says critic

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Mary (Dixie Egerickx), Colin (Edan Hayhurst), and Dickon (Amir Wilson) in “The Secret Garden.” Photo credit: Studiocanal S.A.S

Critics review “The Secret Garden,” the fifth cinema adaptation of the classic 1911 children’s novel; “I Used to Go Here,” about a successful author who gets tangled in the lives of students from her alma mater; “She Dies Tomorrow,” a psychological horror about a woman who’s convinced she’ll die soon, and her anxiety spreads through her community; “An American Pickle,” a comedy about an immigrant worker who gets accidentally preserved for 100 years.



  • Christy Lemire - writer for RogerEbert.com and co-host of the podcast Breakfast All Day - @christylemire
  • Shawn Edwards - award-winning film critic for FOX-TV in Kansas City, co-founder of the African American Film Critics Association