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Film Review: A Gray State
A riveting combination of political commentary and true crime story.
Film Review: The Light of the Moon
Nicely acted, sincere drama about a woman surviving rape, but it’s so “Been there, done that.”
Film Review: Let There Be Light
Even believers will find it unconvincing.
Film Review: Félicité
Although overlong and sometimes wandering, this portrait of a single mom in dire straits nevertheless rewards with its deeply human approach.
Film Review: Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold
A seemingly charmed life goes seriously awry for a tiny yet enormously gifted woman, Joan Didion. Her story is told in this deep and rewarding bio-doc.
Film Review: The Divine Order
Switzerland’s selection for Foreign-Language Oscar recognition is a charming, entertaining, sometimes sexy, fact-based tale of women in a small Swiss village who mobilized decades ago to campaign for voting rights.
Film Review: Novitiate
A strong premise and protagonist can’t fully elevate this tale about teen nuns.
Film Review: The Square
This Palme d'Or winner is a meaty film of ideas with instant-classic set-pieces and moments of mind-blowing freakiness, a stunning follow-up to 'Force Majeure.'
Film Review: Bill Nye: Science Guy
A delightful chance to walk in the shoes of a tireless promoter of science education, this entertaining documentary celebrates the current battles waged by 1990s TV star Bill Nye.
Film Review: Crash Pad
Unabashedly silly take on an Odd Couple premise delivers some very funny lines.
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