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Film Review: The Most Unknown
Nine researchers from different disciplines pair off to hunt answers to the knottiest problems of existence in this enthusiastic and fetchingly lensed buffet of inquiry.
Film Review: Sollers Point
Another potent example of regional filmmaking from Baltimore auteur Matthew Porterfield.
Film Review: Measure of a Man
Coming-of-age dramedy isn’t that original, but still manages to be a sweet summer tale.
Film Review: Class Rank
This much lower-key 'Election,' which agreeably takes things nice and easy and never stresses anything too hard, is a real little winner.
Film Review: Lu Over the Wall
A sweet tale of mermaid love blows its chance to be another 'Splash' through unappealing animation and a wayward storyline.
Film Review: Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat
Both biography and elegy, this evocative documentary about the early evolution of art-world prodigy Jean-Michel Basquiat places him in the context of one of the most fertile creative times New York City ever experienced.
Film Review: Anything
A decidedly nice love story that may be too nice for its own good.
Film Review: The Seagull
Though some of Chekhov is lost in translation to the screen, Michael Mayer captures much of his genius thanks to screenwriter Stephen Karam and a fine cast anchored by a star turn from Annette Bening.
Film Review: Mountain
Impressionistic documentary examines how mountains affect our thinking and emotions.
Film Review: Always at the Carlyle
Staff and guests at New York’s Carlyle Hotel talk about its mystique in what amounts to a feature-length promo.
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