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Film Review: Lean On Pete
Writer-director Andrew Haigh's first film set in the American West includes a cast of itinerant characters eking out a living, and one lonely young man who longs for stability.
Film Review: Sweet Country
Race, sex and violence collide in an Australian film that brings together local icons and universal truths.
Film Review: Where Is Kyra?
Michelle Pfeiffer has a rare, boldly deglamorized lead role in a film that is unfortunately unworthy of her.
Film Review: The Heart of Nuba
In the mountains of southern Sudan, a million Nuban tribespeople hunted by a war criminal have just one doctor to heal them.
Film Review: Shelter
An ill-conceived espionage thriller that is neither fish nor fowl.
Film Review: Caught
Another reason to stay away from the moors.
Film Review: Love After Love
A death in the family pulls a family apart in this slightly icy Andie MacDowell drama.
Film Review: After Louie
Ambitious but ultimately overreaching treatise on an AIDS survivor and his anger towards the modern world has its serious potential botched by script and direction, both awash in banality.
Film Review: Outside In
Two finely faceted performances add luster—even a bit of sparkle—to this intimate look at the apparently dull lives of an immature ex-con and the woman who helped gain his freedom.
Film Review: Salomé
Al Pacino’s film adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s 'Salomé' benefits considerably from uniformly strong performances and some consummate technical craftsmanship.
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