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Film Review: Kill Switch
Dan Stevens (“Downton Abbey”) leads a visually ambitious, convoluted muddle of gamer-influenced science fiction.
Film Review: Moscow Never Sleeps
The city and cinematography are the stars in this tense yet affectionate ode to an imperfect Metropolis.
Film Review: Buena Vista Social Club: Adiós
A cluttered rear-view of a cultural phenomenon, and a fond farewell to some of the Cuban music pioneers that inspired it.
Film Review: Legion of Brothers
A harrowing documentary portrait of the earliest months of the war in Afghanistan, 'Legion of Brothers' meanders in its storytelling but ultimately hits a nerve.
Film Review: The Drowning
Josh Charles and Julia Stiles star in a stiff psychological thriller beset by serious lapses in logic.
Film Review: Sacred
A cinematic leap of faith delivers a globe-spanning yet strikingly intimate documentary meditation on how believers around the world practice their religion.
Film Review: Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992
Searing images and interviews drive John Ridley’s cogent documentary reconstruction of how escalating tensions finally erupted in all-out chaos on the streets of L.A.
Film Review: Amazon Adventure
Stunning 3D macro-photography and an adventurous spirit lift this frustratingly cursory recreation of an 11-year journey of discovery.
Film Review: Queen of the Desert
Werner Herzog sends Nicole Kidman and countless camels trekking through the sands in a clunky, repetitive but sporadically effective account of pioneering traveler Gertrude Bell.
Film Review: The Discovery
Jason Segel and Robert Redford face off in soggy, cerebral sci-fi drama.
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