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Film Review: Acts of Vengeance
Family man Antonio Banderas takes on the Russian mafia in this conventional revenge thriller, originally titled 'Stoic.'
Film Review: Flesh and Blood
Mark Webber’s fourth film as a writer-director freely blends narrative and documentary elements into a low-key study of the seemingly endless cycles of abuse and addiction.
Film Review: Daughter of the Nile
Young adults face compromised futures in a changing Taipei. Early drama from Hou Hsiao-hsien receives a belated release here in a new restoration.
Film Review: God's Own Country
Dour in the extreme but also pretty damn sexy, this rural gay romance will certainly have its specialized audience appeal, without the big crossover of the great 'Moonlight.'
Film Review: The Work
A raw, arresting look at men struggling to better themselves through a prison therapy program, 'The Work' could prove to be too arduous for some.
Film Review: Maya Dardel
Overblown, monotonous story about a manipulative poet who plans to commits suicide and seeks an executor.
Film Review: Kills on Wheels
Director Attila Till subverts expectations with a dark crime comedy more about its characters’ inner lives than blood and body counts.
Film Review: Tragedy Girls
'Tragedy Girls' hits a sweet spot between teen slasher-movie horror and spiky satire.
Film Review: Leatherface
Forty-three years after Tobe Hooper's 'The Texas Chain Saw Massacre' changed the face of regional horror, 'Leatherface' proves that the ’saw is still family and family is a bitch.
Film Review: Killing Gunther
“Saturday Night Live” alum Taran Killam proves his comedy chops as a director to be almost as potent as that of an ensemble player.
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