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"Alex Cross" is a strictly by-the-numbers thriller — a detective on his way to a desk job takes after a sadistic high-profile killer, and things quickly get personal. There is something bracing and even refreshing about its honesty, though, in its willingness to execute tired cop-film cliches unapologetically, without any hint of a knowing wink.
This year's remake of 1982's "Conan the Barbarian" is ignorant, apathetic and perfectly pleased to traffic in mindless violence.