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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.
Film Review: Nossa Chape
Fox Sports presents a taut and moving tale of a soccer team struck by disaster and the town determined to see them make a comeback.
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