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Film Review: Krisha
Family dynamics draw exhilarating dimension from a stunning central performance.
Film Review: The Automatic Hate
The family-grudge messiness here is mildly compelling but too neatly choreographed.
Film Review: A Country Called Home
This potentially affecting story unfolds too smoothly.
Film Review: Snowtime!
The target audience of grade-schoolers should find this memorable.
Film Review: Prescription Thugs
An accessible look at an important topic: the medicine that ails us.
Film Review: Dixieland
A strong feel for the Deep South, less so for deep drama.
Film Review: The Messenger
Superb nature footage and straightforward reportage make for a solid advocacy doc.
Film Review: Sound of Redemption: The Frank Morgan Story
Despite a surfeit of talking-head commentary, 'Sound of Redemption' has a strong feel for the emotion behind Frank Morgan’s acclaimed bebop.
Film Review: Frame by Frame
An on-the-ground report that’s exquisitely crafted and emotionally searing.
Film Review: The House That Jack Built
Working-class realism and a charismatic lead performance elevate a story that tends toward cliché.
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