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Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe

Director and co-writer Maria Schrader's precise compositions, six-part structure, and refined color palette make the film feel more like theater than cinéma vérité.

Kathy Fennessy, The Stranger (Seattle, WA)

The Hitman's Bodyguard

Bludgeons its way into theaters with a rapid-fire hail of machine gun bullets and filthy jokes, neither of which is capable of hitting a target with any amount of consistency.

Frank Wilkins, Reel Reviews

The Wound (Inxeba)

The Wound does a wonderful job of remaining understated without ever becoming muted.

Dan Schindel, Paste Magazine



Hopefully, a re-issue of Ronald Neame's greatly underrated Hopscotch will introduce the film to younger cinephiles in training, but this somewhat slight and rough edition doesn't warrant a double-dip for those already in the know.

Chuck Bowen, Slant Magazine

They Live by Night

Simultaneously tough-minded and delicate, the film is an exquisite stage-setter for Nicholas Ray's career that has never looked better on home video.

Carson Lund, Slant Magazine

The Dismembered

Hooray for retro indie horror satire!

Elias Savada, Film International

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Girls Trip is Certified Fresh!


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