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Film Review: Rough Night
Raucous comedy about a bachelorette weekend gone gruesomely wrong delivers as advertised.
Film Review: Finding Kim
A woman transitions to a man in this well-intentioned but uneven documentary.
Film Review: Everything, Everything
A sick teen who can’t leave her house falls in love with the boy-next-door in this bland but efficient adaptation of a young-adult novel.
Film Review: The Circle
Timely ideas are not enough to buoy this thin adaptation of a Dave Eggers novel. In fact, they may sink it.
Film Review: Obit.
'New York Times' obituary writers eloquently discuss the highs and lows of their job in a film of niche interest that offers fun facts and grand themes.
Film Review: All This Panic
The wise come of age.
Film Review: Tickling Giants
The tale of “Egypt’s Jon Stewart” makes for an engaging modern-history lesson.
Cannes wrap-up: list of winners, plus 'Carol,' 'Macbeth' and 'Dope'
Over the past two weeks thousands descended upon une petite ville along the Mediterranean coast for one of the largest and glitziest industry events.
Cannes part III: Directors Deniz Gamze Ergüven and Trey Edward Shults; plus, 'Love'
Although much hype is duly awarded the films in the Competition and Un Certain Regard categories, the lesser-known movies of the Cannes Film Festival's parallel series are often more exciting for being more innovative.
Cannes part II: Jonas Carpignano of 'Mediterranea,' 'The Sea of Trees' & 'Mustang'
Recent international events have rendered writer-director Jonas Carpignano’s debut feature, 'Mediterranea,' extraordinarily timely.
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