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Film Review: Terminal
Margot Robbie is more than she seems in a hyperstylized thriller that’s less than it thinks.
Film Review: Backstabbing for Beginners
Theo James and Ben Kingsley are U.N. officials on a dangerously compromised mission in this Middle East drama.
Film Review: Submergence
Alicia Vikander and James McAvoy star in Wim Wenders’ truly off-course romance.
Film Review: Sweet Country
Race, sex and violence collide in an Australian film that brings together local icons and universal truths.
Film Review: A Quiet Place
Director John Krasinski makes his creature-feature debut, with a smart monster movie that plays out mostly in silence.
Film Review: Love After Love
A death in the family pulls a family apart in this slightly icy Andie MacDowell drama.
Film Review: Dear Dictator
'Mean Girls' gets a Marxist twist in this slim satire, as a high-school outcast shelters a Third-World dictator.
Film Review: Tomb Raider
Videogame heroine Lara Croft is back, but she’s left the fun behind in a lazy updating of an outdated franchise.
Film Review: The Forgiven
Enemies try to forge a truce in post-apartheid South Africa in this old-fashioned and long-winded docudrama.
Film Review: The Lodgers
A murky horror story set in a haunted Irish mansion delivers more mood than monsters.
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