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Film Review: Beirut
Set in war-torn Lebanon, the hostage thriller 'Beirut' is frustratingly murky both in its message and its mise en scène.
Film Review: Finding Your Feet
A game cast hits every predictable mark in this uninspiring comedy-drama from Britain.
Film Review: What We Started
'What We Started' hauls out some of EDM’s biggest guns for this solid documentary overview of dance-music DJs.
Film Review: Gringo
An assured comedic turn by David Oyelowo is the highlight of this otherwise uneven action romp.
Film Review: The Cured
Post-zombie-outbreak horror flick is strong on atmosphere, weak on plot and character.
Film Review: The Young Karl Marx
Oscar-nominated director Raoul Peck delivers an intellectually engaging, if not terribly exciting, biography of Marx and his cronies launching a movement.
Film Review: Red Sparrow
Jennifer Lawrence smolders as a deceptive bird of prey in this erotic spy thriller.
Film Review: Tehran Taboo
Animated feature paints a frank and absorbing portrait of sex and morality in Iranian society.
Film Review: Basmati Blues
Cross-cultural musical romantic comedy stirs together some pleasing ingredients but falls short of its expansive ambitions.
BAM pays tribute to warriors and survivors with 'Fight the Power: Black Superheroes on Film'
Many of the heroes kicking ass and taking names in BAMcinématek’s 28-film series “Fight the Power: Black Superheroes on Film” (Feb. 2-18) share one chief superpower: They survive their battles.
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