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Film Review: BlackKkKlansman
Spike Lee and a solid cast spin a bizarre true story into searing racial satire.
Film Review: Christopher Robin
'Christopher Robin' sends Pooh, Piglet and friends on a charming, melancholy meander through '40s London.
Film Review: Ideal Home
Risqué humor and a well-calibrated Paul Rudd performance help elevate this comedy above lazy, movie-of-the-week plotting.
Film Review: Nossa Chape
Fox Sports presents a taut and moving tale of a soccer team struck by disaster and the town determined to see them make a comeback.
Film Review: Upgrade
Leigh Whannell’s sci-fi thriller 'Upgrade' almost sells stock plot and characters with sharp style and camerawork.
Film Review: The Misandrists
Bruce LaBruce explores the feminine with the high camp-meets-highbrow tale of a group of lesbian anarchists who plot to overthrow the patriarchy.
Film Review: Measure of a Man
Coming-of-age dramedy isn’t that original, but still manages to be a sweet summer tale.
Film Review: Kings
This star-driven drama keeps conflict relentlessly burning to convey the mood of a neighborhood ready to explode.
Film Review: Little Pink House
A levelheaded nurse fights to save her home and neighborhood from demolition in this disjointed but still-affecting drama.
Film Review: Beirut
Set in war-torn Lebanon, the hostage thriller 'Beirut' is frustratingly murky both in its message and its mise en scène.
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