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Film Review: Sidemen: Long Road to Glory
Tribute to three pioneering blues musicians will leave viewers wanting more.
Film Review: The Adventurers
Jewel thieves try to stay one step ahead of cops and cronies in a handsome caper from Chinese director Stephen Fung.
Film Review: Absurd Accident
Cops, crooks and cuckolds stumble over a corpse in a clever black comedy from China.
Film Review: Wind River
Game tracker and rookie FBI agent search the mountains of Wyoming for the killer of a Native American student. Slow, derivative, exploitive thriller.
Film Review: Water and Sugar: Carlo Di Palma, The Colors of Life
Carlo Di Palma, one of cinema's crucial cinematographers, is covered in a warm if rambling documentary.
Film Review: Wolf Warrior II
Sequel to 2015's action hit finds Chinese Special Ops agent Leng Feng on a rescue mission in Africa, where he fights rebels and mercenaries.
Film Review: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
Soldiers search a spaceship colony for dangerous rebels in Luc Besson's defiantly loopy sci-fi adventure.
Stunt Casting: Charlize Theron kicks ass in David Leitch’s 'Atomic Blonde'
A breakout hit when it premiered at SXSW this past spring, 'Atomic Blonde' built even more buzz after its trailers amassed millions of views on YouTube.
An Eye for IMAX: Christopher Nolan sticks with film for WWII drama 'Dunkirk'
When Dunkirk opens on July 21, it will be screened in 70mm in 125 theaters, the largest such release in twenty-five years. (The last 70mm wide release, Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight, reached 100 theaters.)...
Film Review: I Am the Blues
Engrossing, sympathetic documentary about Southern blues musicians takes the time to get to know its subjects.
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