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Film Review: Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist
A great fashion designer who also happens to be one of the most fascinating personalities of our time is given her due in this incisive doc (although the subject herself hates it).
Film Review: Nancy
A woman claims to have been abducted as a child in this quiet, moving thriller.
Film Review: Believer
Cops use an informant to break up a drug ring. Korean remake of Drug War leans more on style than substance.
Film Review: 211
A local cop on the brink of retirement has to deal with a gang of heavily armed bank robbers in this by-the-numbers action picture.
Film Review: Zoo
Fact-based family adventure of three youngsters in World War II Belfast who try to keep a baby elephant safe puts the melancholy poetry of Irish storytelling to beautiful, highly affecting use.
Film Review: Won't You Be My Neighbor?
This Fred Rogers biopic is a scintillating saga about America’s secular pastor.
Film Review: Hearts Beat Loud
Nick Offerman plays a Brooklyn dad with a talented daughter in this offbeat heartwarmer.
Film Review: Bernard and Huey
Two old friends prowl for new dates in a dark comedy based on a rediscovered Jules Feiffer script.
Film Review: En el Séptimo Día
A neorealist gem.
Film Review: The Workers Cup
Important topic, pedestrian filmmaking.
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