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Film Review: Wilde Salomé
Al Pacino’s documentary 'Wilde Salomé' proves to be more satisfying as an examination of Oscar Wilde and his play than as an exploration of Pacino’s theatrical methodology.
Film Review: Seven Years of Night
A dark, intriguing premise has little chance of becoming a riveting noir, given its obtuse and overly labyrinthine treatment.
Film Review: Finding Your Feet
A game cast hits every predictable mark in this uninspiring comedy-drama from Britain.
Film Review: The Last Movie Star
Sentimental in an emotionally authentic way, this semiautobiographical sum-up of Burt Reynolds' storied career is a gently heartbreaking reflection on bad decisions, lost love and late-life revelations.
Film Review: Gemini
A smart and taut murder mystery that engages from start to finish.
Film Review: The China Hustle
Jed Rothstein’s hellraiser of a documentary about the alarm-raising short-sellers betting that the booming Chinese market is built on a fraud is as infuriating as it is hair-raising.
Film Review: The Great Silence
One of the most stylish and powerful “spaghetti westerns” gets a stunning restoration—and a long-awaited U.S. premiere.
Film Review: All I Wish
Sharon Stone tries valiantly in vain to make something emotionally real of this false-ringing, awkwardly written and edited rom-com about two L.A. forty-somethings.
Film Review: What We Started
'What We Started' hauls out some of EDM’s biggest guns for this solid documentary overview of dance-music DJs.
Film Review: Back to Burgundy
Satisfying, eye-pleasing French drama about three thirty-something siblings forced by circumstance to reunite on the family’s wine-producing homestead to decide its fate.
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