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Film Review: Window Horses
Art, language and culture coalesce in this stirring animated tale about a young poet, of Iranian and Chinese descent, who discovers her heritage and her voice.
Film Review: Shot
Noah Wyle’s vivid performance as a victim of random gun violence anchors one side of a split-screen drama that’s only half good.
Film Review: Company Town
'Company Town' reports a compelling but incomplete story about an underdog crusade for environmental justice.
Film Review: A Boy Called Po
'A Boy Called Po' pours on the schmaltz and a Burt Bacharach score to sketch an oddly affecting portrait of autism.
Film Review: Liza, Liza, Skies Are Grey
Tender romance careens into 'Deliverance' territory and back again in the cloudy ‘60s-set drama 'Liza, Liza, Skies Are Grey.'
Film Review: Pilgrimage
A bloody slog through medieval Ireland, 'Pilgrimage' falters in the execution of a compelling tale.
Film Review: The Last Face
Sean Penn’s 'The Last Face' subsumes its lightweight romance in mystery, war and misery.
Film Review: The Last Dalai Lama?
Impressive access without much impetus adds up to an underwhelming portrait of the 14th Dalai Lama.
Film Review: Blind
Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore tumble into a tepid romance in this subdued, scattered drama.
Film Review: Austin Found
A bumpy ride to Coen country, the kidnapping caper Austin Found squanders a dialed-in Linda Cardellini performance on a barren premise.
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