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Film Review: 47 Meters Down
Vacationing siblings trade sunning by the beach for some underwater sightseeing in this stripped-down thriller that will do nothing to rehabilitate the reputation of sharks.
Film Review: Camera Obscura
Death follows a traumatized war photographer home from Afghanistan in this tricky thriller that loses momentum early on.
Film Review: Awakening the Zodiac
A young couple comes across evidence that might finally unmask the notorious 1960s serial murderer in this disappointing thriller.
Film Review: Dawson City: Frozen Time
Bill Morrison's documentary, which takes off from the discovery of silent films buried in Canada's frozen Yukon territory, will interest both fans of silent cinema and historians.
Film Review: Aaron's Blood
The single father of a bullied son is forced to confront the fact that his 12-year-old is a vampire-in-the-making in this offbeat drama.
Film Review: Drone
In this polemical drama, a military contractor who works from the safety of his home office is confronted by the brutal reality of what he does for a living.
Film Review: Devil's Domain
High-school horror is a genre unto itself, and desperately insecure, bulemic cutter Lisa Pomson is trapped in what becomes a literally hellish version in this formulaic movie.
Film Review: The Wall
Two American soldiers are trapped by a sniper in this suspenseful psychological thriller directed by Doug Liman.
Film Review: Take Me
A quirky comedy about power and fantasy role-play, 'Take Me''s loopy premise fuels an off-kilter character study.
Film Review: Voice from the Stone
A nurse, a frustrated widower and a bereaved boy confront the ghosts of the past in this 1950s-set psychological ghost story.
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