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Film Review: All Nighter
A winning performance by J.K. Simmons almost saves Gavin Wiesen’s lightweight, heavy-handed L.A. romp.
Film Review: Raw
Sisterhood and sibling rivalry are turned inside-out in the strange, startling 'Raw,' a full-on, visceral moviegoing experience.
Film Review: Catfight
Sandra Oh and Anne Heche star in this absurdist comedy that lands a few sharp punches but spends too much of its running time beating a dead horse.
Film Review: Lost Cat Corona
A wandering pet prompts a hectic day of hand-wringing and soul-searching in this underwhelming shaggy-dog comedy that’s elevated by a charming cast of colorful character actors.
Film Review: The Grace of Jake
Still waters run not that deep in this passably pleasant, gospel-driven heartland drama.
Film Review: Detour
Writer-director Christopher Smith’s crude slab of pulp fiction has a few nifty twists—and a painfully retrograde attitude towards its female characters.
Film Review: Staying Vertical
Cinema provocateur Alain Guiraudie returns to the French countryside for a well-observed though unsettling drama brimming with lust, danger and (to put it mildly) offbeat sexual tension.
Film Review: 100 Streets
An appealing ensemble makes the most of this rote melodrama charting the occasionally intersecting lives of several South Londoners.
Film Review: Solace
The intriguing but uninspired 'Solace' can’t escape the clutches of ’90s serial-killer thriller déjà vu.
Film Review: Pocket Listing
Ponderous, low-budget “satirical thriller” set in the shark-infested waters of L.A. real estate wastes a serviceable story along with the talents of Rob Lowe and a few other good actors.
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