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Film Review: Gleason
Football hero Steve Gleason’s struggles against ALS makes this documentary a true tearjerker that’s also deeply inspirational.
Film Review: There Is a New World Somewhere
Li Lu’s bland road movie is barely salvaged by the talents of its star, Agnes Bruckner.
Film Review: Free to Run
Pierre Morath’s comprehensive history of long-distance running is an inspirational examination of the sport.
Film Review: The Dog Lover
Atrocious drama that seems to exist merely to discredit legit animal-rights organizations like PETA.
Film Review: Buddymoon
Alex Simmons’ hiking comedy has its moments, but the mostly dumb jokes aren’t helped by the ridiculous presence that is Flula Borg.
Film Review: Vigilante Diaries
Writing and direction below the level of a standard videogame make for an almost unwatchable action thriller.
Film Review: The Last King
A Norwegian history lesson that offers very little of interest for American audiences, unless they’re really into skiing.
The Art of Corpsing: The Daniels’ ‘Swiss Army Man’ is a buddy comedy like no other
The premise for 'Swiss Army Man' is not an easy one to explain, especially once it was quickly labeled the “Daniel Radcliffe farting corpse movie” when it debuted at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Film Review: Approaching the Unknown
The saving grace of this dull outer-space thriller is the abundant talent of actor Mark Strong.
Film Review: It's So Easy and Other Lies
Guns N’ Roses rocker’s inane babbling does little to enhance this tedious doc.
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