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Film Review: Sex, Death and Bowling
There’s plenty of death and bowling, but not enough sex, in 'Sex, Death and Bowling,' a prodigal-son-returns-home melodrama we’ve all seen before.
Film Review: The Moving Creatures
Potentially off-putting, 'The Moving Creatures' blends unlikely genre elements in a surprisingly endearing way.
Film Review: A Hard Day
'A Hard Day' is a tough slog.
Film Review: Caffeinated
Though coffee has always made the perfect beverage for movie buffs, 'Caffeinated' proves a mild blend.
Film Review: Chagall-Malevich
Typical artist biopics tend to honor their subjects in a tiresome, sentimental way; 'Chagall-Malevich' tries a different approach, yet the results are only partially successful.
Film Review: 2015 Sundance Film Festival Award-Winning Shorts
It is rare to find consistency within a collection of short films from different filmmakers from different lands, but the 2015 Sundance Film Festival Award-Winning Shorts are both high in quality and similar in sensibility.
Film Review: Rebels of the Neon God
Spare and bleak but somehow engrossing to watch, 'Rebels of the Neon God' is a 1992 Taiwanese production being shown in the U.S. in a restored format.
Film Review: Young Bodies Heal Quickly
Purposefully ambiguous, 'Young Bodies Heal Quickly' pays homage to the twisted coming-of-age pics of a previous generation.
Film Review: Losing Ground
“Lost” indie melodrama makes its impressive theatrical debut 33 years after it was made.
Film Review: Hard to Be a God
Profoundly artistic in many ways, a tough slog in others, Aleksei German’s final film poses a genuine challenge to its audience.
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