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Film Review: Child 44
A hopelessly convoluted serial-killer period piece that squanders its illustrious cast.
Film Review: Freetown
A fact-based drama about Liberian missionaries escaping civil-war persecution that cares less for suspense than for Church of Latter Day Saints-centric sermonizing.
Film Review: Ned Rifle
Pretentious, talky final chapter in Hal Hartley's 'Henry Fool' trilogy will only appeal to the series' most devoted fans.
Film Review: Cymbeline
A modernized retelling of Shakespeare’s late play, this all-star adaptation flounders thanks to a scattershot focus and uneven performances.
Film Review: My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn
This behind-the-scenes portrait of Nicolas Winding Refn as he makes 'Only God Forgives' proves a frustratingly superficial snapshot of an artist at work.
Film Review: White Rabbit
A dull, insight-free portrait of a young teen who’s driven to become a high-school shooter by all manner of clichéd forces.
Film Review: The Voices
A black comedy about a man whose housecat convinces him to kill, this Ryan Reynolds-headlined indie strikes an uneasy balance between bloody mayhem and mirth.
Film Review: Oldboy
Spike Lee's brutal remake of a 2003 Korean cult classic doesn't bring much novelty to the table, but remains a solid and grim action tale about the cost of vengeance.
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