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Film Review: A Silent Voice
Affecting, often strangely beautiful anime treatement of bullying is both fresh and surprising.
Film Review: The Fortress
The recreation of a historic moment in Korea’s constantly embattled past becomes a rather enervating epic in the too diaogue-driven hands of director Hwang Dong-hyuk.
Film Review: The Bachelors
The story is simple—how a father and teenage son cope with the sudden loss of their wife and mother—and the acting is brilliant, but the pace and style of 'The Bachelors' may be too depressing to appeal to the Instagram set.
Film Review: Aida's Secrets
Documentary about a World War II refugee's two children, raised in two countries and unaware of each other's existence, is an engrossing genealogical mystery-drama with soap-opera twists.
Film Review: The Killing of a Sacred Deer
Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman remind us why they’re stars in this shivery suburban satire about a doctor whose family must pay the price for a secret from his past.
Film Review: BPM (Beats Per Minute)
The title refers to your heart rate, which should increase as you experience this moving and powerful portrait of a tragic yet inspired era.
Film Review: Jane
Chimpanzee expert Jane Goodall reflects on her career in a documentary that restores unique archival footage.
Film Review: One of Us
An eye-opening, emotionally wrenching documentary from the directors of 'Jesus Camp' about three young people fighting to escape New York’s strict Hasidic community.
Film Review: Jungle
In this fact-based survival thriller, four friends sign up for a wilderness adventure trip that turns into a life-or-death ordeal.
Film Review: Dealt
Lively and informative documentary about a brilliant sleight-of-hand magician who has a black belt in karate—and is blind.
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