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Film Review: Rebels on Pointe
A warmhearted documentary that will tickle all audiences, 'Rebels on Pointe' goes behind the scenes with Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, a campy all-male classical-ballet comedy troupe.
Film Review: Song of Granite
Pat Collins’ film about the life and career of Irish folk singer Joe Heaney is oblique to the point of inscrutability.
Film Review: Gold Star
Filmmaker Victoria Negri’s modest indie drama falters tracking the redemptive journey of a fairly insufferable heroine.
Film Review: Heart Blackened
A sensational Korean trial makes for a fairly riveting cinematic ride, with its very own touches of that infamous gangnam style.
Film Review: Santa & Andrés
Low-key treatment of a relationship between a gay man and a Communist woman will reward the patient.
Film Review: Mayhem
A streak of dark humor brightens this revenge fantasy aimed squarely at anyone who ever daydreamed about punching a horrible boss right in the face.
Film Review: Bad Grandmas
The embarrassment a few fine, august actors have to go through in the name of "comedy" is lost on a movie that never warrants a single laugh.
Film Review: Bitch
An unhappy housewife chooses a unique way to opt out of child care and housework in this polemical film about the price of maternal sacrifice in the 21st century.
Film Review: Intent to Destroy
Research for the feature film 'The Promise' gives documentarian Joe Berlinger the opportunity to examine the Armenian genocide of the early 20th century.
Film Review: No Stone Unturned
Investigation into a 1994 massacre in Northern Ireland by Oscar-winning documentarian Alex Gibney.
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