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Film Review: Long Time Coming: A 1955 Baseball Story
Heartwarming, important, but slackly paced coverage of a crucial event in little league baseball history.
Film Review: Bullitt County
A bachelor party tour of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail goes horribly awry in the absurd thriller 'Bullitt County.'
Film Review: Viper Club
Susan Sarandon skillfully drives every frame of this tense drama about a single mother desperate to rescue her journalist son from terrorists.
Film Review: Maria by Callas
The definitive portrait of the definitive diva is achieved through a meticulously assembled collage of her own words and images. A must for opera fans and anyone interested in great singing.
Film Review: Don't Go
In this handsomely made psychological thriller, a troubled couple tries to move on after the loss of their young daughter, but find themselves mired in the past.
Film Review: London Fields
A film noir/futuristic fiction pastiche based on the critically acclaimed novel by Martin Amis, 'London Fields' simply does not work on any level.
Film Review: Border
Somewhere between fairy tale and moral fable, 'Border' explores its boundary-pushing notions in ways that can be bracingly stimulating, even when they aren’t always dramatically satisfying.
Film Review: Indivisible
A faith-based film that won’t inspire converts
Film Review: Monrovia, Indiana
Documentarian Frederick Wiseman digs into a small Midwestern town, opening a window into the heartland.
Film Review: A Bread Factory, Parts One and Two
A flawed yet complex and ambitious original work about the struggles (financial, political, cultural) of a community theater in upstate New York
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