REVIEW – This weekend’s new releases deal with the belief – or lack thereof – in a higher power, but both films address this theme in a wildly different manner.
In David Lowery’s remake of Disney’s “Pete’s Dragon,” a boy survives in the harsh wilderness for six years through the aid of a fantastical companion. Once Pete makes it back to civilization, he has to decide whether he wants to stay put or return to his magical friend in the woods. Does this family film soar or does it come in for a rough landing?
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