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Film Review: Damascus Cover
This well-worn road to Damascus will not convert anybody.
Film Review: Blindspotting
Broadway’s Daveed Diggs delivers a love/hate letter to his gritty but rapidly changing hometown.
Film Review: What Will People Say
A Westernized Pakistani teen is put through the ringer by her family in this well-crafted film that’s often difficult to watch.
Film Review: Path of Blood
This searing found-footage documentary about Al-Qaeda’s early 2000s war on the Saudi government is a chilling document of blasé barbarity.
Film Review: Siberia
Diamond trader runs into a Russian mob in a dank, uninvolving thriller.
Film Review: Milford Graves: Full Mantis
Profile of free-jazz percussionist Milford Graves offers a generous sampling of his music and philosophy.
Film Review: Eighth Grade
Bo Burnham’s funny and heartwarming 'Eighth Grade' is also a deeply serious film about female adolescence in the age of social media, with plenty of casual wisdom to spare.
Film Review: Shock and Awe
Rob Reiner’s flat-footed, exposition-laden film portrays the journalistic team at Knight Ridder that refused to buy into President Bush’s Iraq war and got it right when the big media guns did not.
Film Review: Don't Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot
Gus Van Sant’s latest is a distractingly disjointed adaptation of the famed quadriplegic cartoonist John Callahan’s memoir, saved by committed performances from Joaquin Phoenix and Jonah Hill.
Film Review: Gauguin: Voyage to Tahiti
Famed artist's years in Tahiti, captured on location in a sympathetic French biopic.
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