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Film Review: Atomic Homefront
A compelling, infuriating documentary about the nuclear-waste crisis taking place in North St. Louis County, Missouri.
Film Review: Wonderstruck
Two deaf children, separated by half a century, go on concurrent quests to find their NYC parents in this whimsy-overloaded children’s fable.
Film Review: Wasted! The Story of Food Waste
Anthony Bourdain narrates this conventional but persuasive doc about the world’s unreasonable, and unnecessary, waste of food.
Film Review: Prosperity
A documentary about conscientious business practices that plays like an advertisement for its host.
Film Review: Against the Night
Dumb kids wind up in deadly trouble while making a reality TV show in an abandoned prison in this dreary B-movie.
Film Review: Annabelle: Creation
Another evil-doll spinoff of 'The Conjuring' defined by tepid, formulaic jump-scare tactics.
Film Review: Brigsby Bear
Years after being abducted, a young man strives to make a movie based on a beloved TV show in this uneven stunted-adolescence comedy.
Film Review: The Little Hours
Jeff Baena’s 14th-century-set comedy is an uneven but amusing mix of pious profanity.
Film Review: Manifesto
Cate Blanchett delivers 13 distinct performances in this daring adaptation of a philosophical art installation.
Film Review: Mr. Chibbs
A sobering, if less than comprehensive, portrait of a would-be NBA legend’s rocky post-basketball life.
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