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Film Review: The Old Man & the Gun
True story of an elderly bank robber on a crime spree is an undemanding vehicle for Robert Redford.
Film Review: All About Nina
This film about a feisty standup female comic is no laughing matter—and that ultimately works in its favor.
Film Review: Black '47
In the midst of famine, an Irish soldier looks for revenge.
Film Review: Bad Reputation
An admiring documentary gives rocker Joan Jett her due.
Film Review: 306 Hollywood
A resourceful and relatable tribute to an ordinary life.
Film Review: An Evening with Beverly Luft Linn
A tries-too-hard quirkfest wasting some fine comedians' talents.
Film Review: At First Light
Shoots for the stars but never quite gets off the ground.
Film Review: Quincy
Co-directing with Alan Hicks, actress Rashida Jones presents an intimate, affectionate film portrait of her singular father, music legend Quincy Jones.
Film Review: Tea with the Dames
You couldn’t be in better company than these four theatrical giantesses in this often delightful but sometimes frustratingly glib doc.
Film Review: Intelligent Lives
'Intelligent Lives' offers a compelling, unshowy account of three people with disabilities embarking on huge steps towards greater independence.
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