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Film Review: The Young Karl Marx
Oscar-nominated director Raoul Peck delivers an intellectually engaging, if not terribly exciting, biography of Marx and his cronies launching a movement.
Film Review: Survivors Guide to Prison
This showy and cameo-packed agit-doc wraps a punchy lecture on the corrupt injustices of the prison-industrial system inside a deadly earnest users’ guide to weathering its soul-shredding inhumanity.
Film Review: The Lodgers
A murky horror story set in a haunted Irish mansion delivers more mood than monsters.
Film Review: America's Musical Journey
Singer Aloe Blacc takes viewers on a musical tour of the U.S., backed by spectacular IMAX photography.
Film Review: Looking Glass
A couple who buy an out-of-the-way motel get caught up in a dangerous web of small-town creepiness in this modest but sometimes suspenseful thriller.
Film Review: The Monkey King 3
Third entry in a blockbuster series is a bright, splashy search for love in a kingdom of women.
Film Review: Golden Slumber
A fast-paced, Jason Bourne-like Korean thriller, given depth by its theme of friendship.
Film Review: The Party
British art-house legend Sally Potter turns to black comedy, with a dryly wicked take on upper-class privilege and middle-aged adultery.
Film Review: Nostalgia
This curious and dull think-piece of an anthology movie strings together stories on the theme of objects and the memories they trigger without ever finding the right tone.
Film Review: The Boy Downstairs
Solipsistic rom-com about an aspiring New York writer and the ex-boyfriend who lives in her new apartment building.
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