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Film Review: Stan & Ollie
Engaging, affectionate portrait of a legendary comedy team at the twilight of their careers.
Film Review: If Beale Street Could Talk
Barry Jenkins follows his Oscar-winning 'Moonlight' with this gorgeous tone poem of James Baldwin’s searing, political novel of young love in 1970s Harlem.
Film Review: Vox Lux
Anchored by Natalie Portman’s fiery performance, Brady Corbet’s accomplished and timely sophomore feature wrestles with interwoven curiosities around media, pop culture, celebrity and violence.
Film Review: Never Look Away
Gorgeous, engaging drama that takes its painter hero from Nazi-era youngster through the Cold War years and goes even deeper into the complexities of art and creativity than into Germany’s troubled past.
Film Review: Cold War
In a visually stunning, formally immaculate and darkly romantic film, Pawel Pawlikowski ('Ida') sets a story of star-crossed lovers against the turmoil of post-war Europe.
Film Review: Roma
Alfonso Cuarón looks back at the maid who made the artist.
Film Review: Shoplifters
Members of a family living on state support are not what they seem in an award-winning drama from Hirokazu Kore-eda.
Film Review: The Gilligan Manifesto
Quirky, whip-smart documentary posits "Gilligan's Island" as societal satire that addressed nuclear jitters and subconscious fears of having to rebuild after the apocalypse. Sound silly? It's not.
Film Review: Welcome Home
Newest entry in the popular hell-vacation vein finds an American couple discovering that the idyllic Italian villa they booked online really is too good to be true.
Film Review: Anchor and Hope
The story of a lesbian couple trying to have a baby is well-executed on nearly every front.
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