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      Bodyguard (2011) Maitland McDonagh This spin on the 1992 Kevin Costner/Whitney Houston movie about a bodyguard who falls for his difficult charge is silly and derivative, but sneakily entertaining nonetheless.
      Posted Mar 21, 2023
      Lucky (2011) Harry Haun Can a serial killer and a gold-digger find happiness as lottery winners? That's the thin premise of this comedy misfire.
      Posted Aug 09, 2021
      Rembrandt's J'Accuse (2008) Ethan Alter Peter Greenaway's probing doc proves that a single picture really is worth a thousand words%u2026or an 86-minute film.
      Posted Apr 20, 2021
      One Cut of the Dead (2017) Rebecca Pahle For those resilient enough to make it through to the good bits, One Cut of the Dead proves an original and fun entry into the horror comedy canon.
      Posted Dec 21, 2019
      2/5
      Midday Demons (2019) Matt Donato Midday Demons relies on the scenic "table-setting" of coastal Italian architectures but lacks enough enthusiasm in storytelling to shine a light on the next "sunny scary" classic.
      Posted Nov 15, 2019
      Non-Fiction (2018) Tomris Laffly Non-Fiction is pure, straight-faced French witticism from start to finish.
      Posted Mar 19, 2019
      The Biggest Little Farm (2018) Tomris Laffly It has the power to give birth to a new generation of inspired farmers, determined to invest in the future of the planet.
      Posted Mar 19, 2019
      Time for Ilhan (2018) Maria Garcia An exciting and entertaining documentary.
      Posted Feb 19, 2019
      Ghetto (2002) Maria Garcia Like Lisa Gossels' Children of Chabannes (2000), which tells another little-known story about French villagers who saved 400 Jewish children, Shanghai Ghetto is a celebration of humanity.
      Posted Jan 29, 2019
      Ophelia (2018) Daniel Eagan Shakespeare's famously mad victim gets to tell her story in a visually sumptuous adaptation of Lisa Klein's novel.
      Posted Dec 08, 2018
      Stan & Ollie (2018) Kevin Lally Engaging, affectionate portrait of a legendary comedy team at the twilight of their careers.
      Posted Nov 27, 2018
      If Beale Street Could Talk (2018) Wendy Weinstein A gorgeous tone poem of James Baldwin's searing, political novel of young love in 1970s Harlem.
      Posted Nov 21, 2018
      Ben Is Back (2018) Shirley Sealy This wow of a holiday film plays heavily on one of the most agonizing family and/or social problems in America today.
      Posted Nov 21, 2018
      Cold War (2018) Erica Abeel In a visually stunning, formally immaculate and darkly romantic film, Pawel Pawlikowski sets a story of star-crossed lovers against the turmoil of post-war Europe.
      Posted Nov 20, 2018
      Roma (2018) Stephen Whitty Alfonso Cuarón's Roma is determined to make us see. To really see.
      Posted Nov 20, 2018
      Vox Lux (2018) Tomris Laffly Brady Corbet's accomplished and timely sophomore feature wrestles with interwoven curiosities around media, pop culture, celebrity and violence.
      Posted Nov 20, 2018
      Never Look Away (2018) Doris Toumarkine Gorgeous, engaging drama.
      Posted Nov 20, 2018
      Creed II (2018) Stephen Whitty Rocky and Adonis are back for a return match and a solid sequel.
      Posted Nov 19, 2018
      Shoplifters (2018) Daniel Eagan Members of a family living on state support are not what they seem in an award-winning drama from Hirokazu Kore-eda.
      Posted Nov 19, 2018
      The Favourite (2018) Erica Abeel A bracing rethink of the historical costumer.
      Posted Nov 19, 2018
      The Gilligan Manifesto (2018) Frank Lovece [A] quirky, whip-smart documentary.
      Posted Nov 16, 2018
      Welcome Home (2018) Maitland McDonagh Features surprisingly strong performances from Ratajkowski, Scamarcio and Paul.
      Posted Nov 15, 2018
      Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018) Frank Lovece Creates an encompassing, believable and highly grownup world whose most frightening aspect is how much it mirrors ours.
      Posted Nov 15, 2018
      Anchor and Hope (2017) Anna Storm The story of a lesbian couple trying to have a baby is well-executed on nearly every front.
      Posted Nov 15, 2018
      Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018) Stephen Whitty The smartest kind of sequel.
      Posted Nov 14, 2018
      Shoah: Four Sisters (2018) Simi Horwitz A stunning four-part satellite to Claude Lanzmann's masterwork.
      Posted Nov 14, 2018
      Instant Family (2018) Stephen Whitty It's no fun picking on a movie that was obviously made for so many good reasons. But it's even less fun sitting through it.
      Posted Nov 14, 2018
      Speed Kills (2018) Maitland McDonagh Speed Kills feels startlingly like a 1990s direct-to-video action movie with an inexplicably inflated budget.
      Posted Nov 13, 2018
      Under the Wire (2018) Gary M. Kramer This riveting documentary about war correspondent Marie Colvin and photojournalist Paul Conroy provides a solid companion piece to A Private War.
      Posted Nov 13, 2018
      At Eternity's Gate (2018) Erica Abeel Flouting the usual conventions of the biopic, this ravishing, light-struck portrait of Van Gogh's time in Arles is squarely camped in the heart and mind of the artist.
      Posted Nov 13, 2018
      Widows (2018) Rebecca Pahle Widows is one of those films that gets better and better the more you think about it.
      Posted Nov 13, 2018
      Green Book (2018) Kevin Lally Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali are a memorable pair of mismatched traveling companions in this very entertaining Civll Rights Era road movie.
      Posted Nov 12, 2018
      The Super (2017) Maitland McDonagh How surprising the story's twist ending turns out to be depends on how thoroughly steeped in horror moves the viewer is, but it's well executed down to small details.
      Posted Nov 09, 2018
      The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018) Harry Haun John Ford, Sergio Leone, John Huston, even Republic Pictures' Herbert J. Yates ride again-albeit, in a quirky Coen Brothers kind of way.
      Posted Nov 09, 2018
      Narcissister Organ Player (2018) André Hereford The film succeeds largely by doing its own thing.
      Posted Nov 09, 2018
      Postcards From London (2018) David Noh Art and sex-but way too much of the former-are featured in a whimsical but retrograde gay concoction.
      Posted Nov 08, 2018
      River Runs Red (2018) Chris Barsanti A mismatched trio of stars (John Cusack, Taye Diggs and George Lopez) stumble through this hackneyed drama about a police shooting of an unarmed young black man.
      Posted Nov 08, 2018
      Dr. Seuss' The Grinch (2018) Frank Lovece For tiny tots only, and their long-suffering adults.
      Posted Nov 08, 2018
      Overlord (2018) Maitland McDonagh American soldiers take on zombie Nazis in this gory horror picture that also features a solid story and characters you can actually care about.
      Posted Nov 08, 2018
      Outlaw King (2018) Gary M. Kramer David Mackenzie's hyper-violent story of Robert The Bruce is absorbing and features action aplenty.
      Posted Nov 08, 2018
      Weightless (2017) Simi Horwitz Weightless marks an impressive debut feature defying convention to recount a pessimistic story about two misfits coming together too little, too late.
      Posted Nov 08, 2018
      The Front Runner (2018) Stephen Whitty Whatever your views [...], expect to see The Front Runner thoroughly respect and challenge them.
      Posted Nov 05, 2018
      Bodied (2017) André Hereford This Eminem-produced rap drama attempts to flip the script by both exploiting and harpooning p.c. culture, but generally defaults to fistfights and lazy insults.
      Posted Nov 02, 2018
      Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: The Untold Story of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders (2018) Maitland McDonagh A truly engrossing film, one that balances the big picture and the small one.
      Posted Nov 02, 2018
      The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (2018) Lisa Jo Sagolla Will likely enchant lots of little girls and boys while also tugging at the heartstrings of grown-up sons and daughters.
      Posted Nov 01, 2018
      They'll Love Me When I'm Dead (2018) Daniel Eagan Anyone interested in the work of one of cinema's great directors will learn a lot from this documentary.
      Posted Oct 31, 2018
      A Private War (2018) Gary M. Kramer The parts of this episodic biopic of esteemed war correspondent Marie Colvin are so strong, they create a terrific whole.
      Posted Oct 31, 2018
      Searching for Ingmar Bergman (2018) Stephen Whitty An accomplished director pens a love letter to one of cinema's greatest.
      Posted Oct 31, 2018
      The Other Side of the Wind (2018) Daniel Eagan The movie is a chore to watch, more fun to talk about than to endure.
      Posted Oct 31, 2018
      Distant Constellation (2017) Simi Horwitz Intriguing but frustrating documentary about residents in an Istanbul retirement home grappling with memory and mortality.
      Posted Oct 30, 2018
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