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Film Review: Double Lover
François Ozon's campy, erotically explicit thriller on the subject of twins delivers on style, but reflects retro attitudes toward women.
Film Review: Basmati Blues
Cross-cultural musical romantic comedy stirs together some pleasing ingredients but falls short of its expansive ambitions.
Film Review: The Peacemaker
Intimate look at Padraig O'Malley, an author and professor who has devoted his life to resolving violent conflicts.
Film Review: Becks
This portrait of the artist as a young lesbian, despite its thinness, has much to recommend it: some catchy music, believable passion and a highly likeable performance by Lena Hall in a rather prickly role.
Film Review: 2018 Oscar Nominated Short Films: Documentary
Unlike the other Oscar shorts categories this year, women are represented in four of the five documentaries, as filmmakers and as subjects.
Film Review: Bomb City
Teenage rivalries escalate into searing violence in this powerful, fact-based drama about class, money and identity run amok in 1990s Amarillo, Texas.
Film Review: Western
A potentially fascinating character study gets lost in a diffuse, minimalist film about the tedious lives of German construction workers laboring in Bulgaria.
Film Review: The Female Brain
Unfunny comedy rehashing the ways in which men and women are different.
Film Review: Entanglement
A suicide survivor tries to find meaning in his life by tracking down a woman his parents almost adopted decades earlier.
Film Review: 2018 Oscar Nominated Short Films: Live Action
This year's slate of live-action Oscar nominated shorts runs the quality gamut.
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