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Film Review: Ride
Dangerous passenger takes audiences on a scary ride.
Film Review: Heavy Trip
Wildly, joyfully, madly screeching.
Film Review: Hold the Dark
This dark, pitiless story about a psychotic veteran’s bloody tear through remote Alaska wields haunting grandeur along with reductive plotting.
Film Review: Matangi/Maya/M.I.A.
Filled with exhilarating music, this biopic of international star Maya Arulpragasam also takes a hard look at the price of fame.
Film Review: Monsters and Men
'Monsters and Men' scores with tense drama and a terrific cast, but fumbles getting fancy with its narrative structure.
Film Review: Maximum Impact
Wacky hijinks threaten to derail joint U.S.-Russian efforts to negotiate a treaty in this self-proclaimed comedy-thriller that is neither particularly funny nor conspicuously thrilling.
Film Review: Summer '03
A 16-year-old girl messes up before growing up in a bit of a missed opportunity of a filmmaking debut
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.
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