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Film Review: Let the Corpses Tan
Too much is almost enough.
Film Review: A Paris Education
A very, very French coming-of-age movie.
Film Review: An L.A. Minute
Feels more like a week.
Film Review: Maison du Bonheur
The pure art of living has rarely been more effectively demonstrated than in this lovingly admiring portrait of a septugenarian Parisienne.
Film Review: Hot to Trot
That lame title—along with the use of ho-hum music like The Pointer Sisters’ “I’m So Excited”—gives you the basic tip-off about this earnest but muddled gay take on competitive dancing.
Film Review: Crime + Punishment
Documentary offers a well-intentioned but disjointed chronicle of the whistleblowers known as the NYPD 12.
Film Review: The Oslo Diaries
Devastating, resonant documentary account of the secret 1993 Israeli-Palestinian peace talks succeeds by sticking with its subject well past the flashbulb-signing ceremony.
Film Review: Arizona
Death comes swiftly and often in this dim, mean-spirited comedy-thriller.
Film Review: What Keeps You Alive
This brisk psychological thriller about what you don’t know about the people you love features excellent performances by leads Brittany Allen and Hannah Emily Anderson and some tidy plot twists.
Film Review: The Bookshop
A delicately conceived and beautifully acted tragicomedy about a widow in an insular post-war British community who is determined to open a bookstore in a place overflowing with detractors.
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