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Film Review: Love, Cecil
The dazzlingly talented Edwardian Renaissance man Cecil Beaton, best known for his Oscar-winning costumes for 'My Fair Lady,' has been given a savvy and satisfying documentary comeback.
Film Review: Woman Walks Ahead
A well-intentioned but ultimately disappointing film that is perhaps afraid of its own subject.
Film Review: Custody
Supremely crafted and performed contemporary French thriller about a broken marriage and ensuing custody battle is a gripping, edge-of-seat drama that never lets up.
Film Review: Three Identical Strangers
An engrossing true story of triplets separated at birth in a cruel scientific experiment, this gripping documentary is marred only by the filmmaker’s over-manipulation of viewers’ emotions.
Film Review: Dark River
A young woman goes home again to claim her inheritance and confront her past.
Film Review: This Is Congo
This epic, tragically devastating documentary not only puts human faces on Congo’s seemingly endless cycle of corruption and violence but investigates what lies behind it.
Film Review: Leave No Trace
Debra Granik, director and co-writer of 'Winter's Bone,' is back with another—slightly more low-key, but still riveting—story of “the other America."
Film Review: Rock Rubber 45s
An appealing overview of an independent-minded NYC trendsetter.
Film Review: Boundaries
Comedic road-trip drama about the fractured relationship between a struggling single mother and her bad-boy elderly father—Christopher Plummer again in top form—offers fine performances and lovely Pacific Coast scenery for a nice big-screen getaway.
Film Review: Never Steady, Never Still
Self-consciously sad to an almost obnoxious degree, despite the dedicated work of a wonderful cast.
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