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Film Review: Come and Find Me
Zack Whedon’s missing person thriller starts out slow but showcases fine acting by Aaron Paul and his irresistible chemistry with Annabelle Wallis.
Film Review: Keep in Touch
Ryan Patrick Bachand’s breakthrough performance does a lot to show off the potential in Sam Kretchmar’s debut, but even that gets marred in ideas that don’t quite connect or gel.
Film Review: Trolls
DreamWorks Animation’s karaoke musical has the flimsiest of plots and silliest of premises, yet it still finds a way to pay off.
Film Review: Gimme Danger
Jim Jarmusch’s comprehensive overview of Iggy Pop and the Stooges, who would become Detroit’s most iconic rock band years after their demise.
Film Review: The Eagle Huntress
An inspiring look at a brave young girl taking on her tribe’s male-dominated eagle-hunting traditions.
Film Review: We Are X
A startlingly intimate portrait of enigmatic X Japan drummer Yoshiki that goes far beyond the typical rock doc.
Film Review: Miss Hokusai
A gorgeous animated tale of love, family and art set during Japan’s Edo period.
Film Review: London Town
Jonathan Rhys Meyers is cool as Joe Strummer, but his few appearances and the use of The Clash’s music isn’t enough to save a generally bland coming-of-age story with poorly written characters.
Film Review: Chicken People
Far more enjoyable and entertaining than one might expect, but still feels redundant as it goes along.
Film Review: Kicks
A distinctly authentic-feeling coming-of-age story that introduces a bright new visionary filmmaker in Justin Tipping.
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