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Film Review: River Runs Red
A mismatched trio of stars (John Cusack, Taye Diggs and George Lopez) stumble through this hackneyed drama about a police shooting of an unarmed young black man.
Film Review: Silencio
An awesomely dull B-movie about a meteorite fragment that bends reality.
Film Review: Burning
A stunted writer gets wrapped up in a mysterious romantic triangle in Lee Chang-dong’s yawningly meticulous Korean mumblecore Gatsby riff.
Film Review: The Sentence
Rudy Valdez's intimate, searingly personal account of his sister's incarceration indicts the mandatory minimum-sentence system not through accumulating facts but by showing its traumatic toll on his family.
Film Review: Venom
An exasperated Tom Hardy argues with a head-chomping alien that’s infected him in this weakly funny anti-superhero mess that plays like 'Spider-Man' meets 'The Mask' via 'Deadpool 7.'
Film Review: Hold the Dark
This dark, pitiless story about a psychotic veteran’s bloody tear through remote Alaska wields haunting grandeur along with reductive plotting.
Film Review: Museo
A half-assed revolutionary’s big museum score goes south in this quirky, artfully composed comedic heist.
Film Review: The Oslo Diaries
Devastating, resonant documentary account of the secret 1993 Israeli-Palestinian peace talks succeeds by sticking with its subject well past the flashbulb-signing ceremony.
Film Review: Do You Trust This Computer?
A panicky mashup of wonder and worry about what artificial intelligence will mean for humanity, from the director of 'Who Killed the Electric Car?.'
Film Review: The Bleeding Edge
The latest in Kirby Dick’s powerful series of seething-fury documentaries takes on the medical-device industry with typically devastating results.
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