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Film Review: The Yellow Birds
A hard-working cast and grippingly tragic sensibility nearly keep this fractured Iraq War drama from falling apart in the final stretch.
Film Review: Won't You Be My Neighbor?
This Fred Rogers biopic is a scintillating saga about America’s secular pastor.
Film Review: The Most Unknown
Nine researchers from different disciplines pair off to hunt answers to the knottiest problems of existence in this enthusiastic and fetchingly lensed buffet of inquiry.
Film Review: Strangers on the Earth
A cellist’s 600-mile trek with his instrument along an ancient Spanish pilgrimage trail becomes a soulful riff on the all-too-fleeting rhapsodies of travel.
Film Review: Let the Sunshine In
Juliette Binoche shines darkly in a surprising, seat-of-the-pants drama about a divorced artist trying to find love in a Paris filled with unpromising men.
Film Review: The Devil and Father Amorth
A far-too-credulous William Friedkin goes to Rome to film a supposedly real exorcism in what is little more than an amateurish paranormal TV special.
Film Review: The Heart of Nuba
In the mountains of southern Sudan, a million Nuban tribespeople hunted by a war criminal have just one doctor to heal them.
Film Review: The China Hustle
Jed Rothstein’s hellraiser of a documentary about the alarm-raising short-sellers betting that the booming Chinese market is built on a fraud is as infuriating as it is hair-raising.
Film Review: Ismael's Ghosts
Arnaud Desplechin’s movies-within-a-movie Gallic star vehicle (Cotillard! Amalric! Gainsbourg!) shuffles moods nearly as often as the manic director whose past threatens to destroy his present.
Film Review: 7 Days in Entebbe
José Padilha’s taut thriller about the 1976 hostage crisis is fatally compromised by cheap moral equivalence.
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