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Film Review: Garry Winogrand: All Things Are Photographable
An unusually rich art doc with an old-New York twang.
Film Review: Assassination Nation
This wannabe-satire about high-school girls coping with a hometown devolving into hacker-created chaos is possibly the year’s most obnoxious release.
Film Review: Call Her Ganda
As suspenseful as it is moving.
Film Review: The Land of Steady Habits
Writer-director Nicole Holofcener focuses on an unmoored male (for a change) in this absorbing, observant character study.
Film Review: Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex Fashion & Disco
The Picasso of fashion is given his deserving due in this irresistibly seductive documentary, chronicling his inspirational—and very wild—life in the jungle of style.
Film Review: Where Hands Touch
A persecuted “non-Aryan” falls for a young German soldier in this World War II melodrama.
Film Review: Final Score
Passable 'Die Hard' clone marks another step in Dave Bautista’s action-hero career.
Film Review: MDMA
A killer premise—based on fact—fuels a film that is often powerful and moving but seriously botched by its auteur’s uncertain technique.
Film Review: American Chaos
Agonized liberal filmmaker James D. Stern serves as an impressively restrained, seemingly impassive and neutral 2016 pre-election road-trip guide into America’s pro-Trump territories.
Film Review: Bel Canto
Terrorists kidnap Julianne Moore but free her heart in this far-fetched drama.
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