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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.
Film Review: Somnus
Chris Reading’s attempt at a lower-budget space thriller suffers as much from its lack of originality as it does from its weak cast and script.
Film Review: Klown Forever
The sequel to the Danish comedy duo’s breakout hit fails to find the same degree of laughs.
Film Review: Space Dogs: Adventure to the Moon
This unnecessary sequel to the Russian animated film loses all sense of coherence long before any of its annoyingly talky animals ever get to the moon.
Film Review: Southside with You
Barack Obama and Michelle Robinson go on their first “date” in a subtly layered two-hander that offers far more depth than the typical indie rom-com.
Film Review: Kingslaive: Final Fantasy XV
With stunning photorealistic animation but poor storytelling, this action movie is meant solely to interest fans of the videogame franchise.
Film Review: Blood Father
Mel Gibson makes a brilliant return to the revenge-thriller genre with a surprisingly strong effort.
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