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Film Review: Black Water
1980s action icons Jean Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren are reunited in this by-the-numbers thriller destined for a quick theatrical stopover en route to home formats.
Film Review: China Salesman
An overlong sort-of action thriller about negotiating telecommunication contracts, China Salesman’s biggest draw is supporting turns by Mike Tyson and aging martial-arts movie star Steven Seagal.
Film Review: SuperFly
Another reimagining of a vintage movie that still stands perfectly well on its own, 'SuperFly' is slick but not cool and has nothing much to say.
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: Discreet
A disturbed loner begins to unravel in this contemplative thriller that's less interested in conventional thrills than in drawing viewers into the protagonist's off-kilter world view.
Film Review: How to Talk to Girls at Parties
A typical teenager—insecure, hormonal and in love with the power of music to paper over life's dull patches—falls for an alien in this sweetly daffy picture about coming of age in punk-era England.
Film Review: In Darkness
This creepy London-set thriller places a blind pianist in peril after the suspicious death of a neighbor. Fans of the genre will appreciate the clever script and strong performances.
Film Review: Dark Crimes
You can draw a straight line from any iteration of the Hellfire Club to 'A Serbian Film' and then 'Dark Crimes,' a fact-inspired tale of men living out their darkest fantasies at the expense of throwaway women.
Film Review: Breaking In
In this slickly entertaining thriller, a mom pulls out all the stops to protect her family when she and her children are trapped by thieves in a high-tech house.
Film Review: Bad Samaritan
In this tightly constructed thriller, a stone-cold sociopath is pitted against a small-time grifter who rediscovers his long-neglected moral compass.
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