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Film Review: Brad's Status
Narcissist learns money can't buy happiness, or something like that, in a tepid Ben Stiller vehicle.
Film Review: Birth of the Dragon
Modest, effective account of a rivalry early in Bruce Lee's career.
Split Screen: Dolby 24 allows side-by-side comparisons of film and digital
Few if any processing labs offer 35mm projection capabilities. For those still working with film, it's become more and more difficult to screen test footage and compare the quality of prints....
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.
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