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Screen International

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Vulgaria (2012)
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Francofonia (2016)
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Boulevard (2015)
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An unflinching look at deteriorating working -- and non-working -- conditions for the common man and woman in contemporary France.
Posted Mar 28, 2016
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The Fits (2016)
14
Messina is a young talent to watch.
Posted Mar 23, 2016
15
Wang's film has a grass roots, on-the-ground urgency: nervy, paranoid camerawork gives a sense of the realities of life on the sharp edge of activism.
Posted Mar 22, 2016
16
Gorging on bombast and self-importance, swamped by its own mythology, Batman v Superman is loud, sprawling, and distracted. The action jumps around almost as fast as a man can fly, but nowhere near as smoothly.
Posted Mar 22, 2016
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Vardalos' broad routine hasn't aged well, her heavily-(and widely-) accented 'oily' Greek family an uncomfortable, almost retro fit for today's global sensitivities. Apart from that, the gags just aren't that funny.
Posted Mar 21, 2016
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Chevalier (2016)
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A sticky vein of macabre humour is a key selling point for this genre-blurring adaptation of the cult novel by Dan Wells.
Posted Mar 15, 2016
21
The Bandit (2016)
It packs a meaty double whammy for anyone interested in mainstream Hollywood in the 1970s and 1980s.
Posted Mar 14, 2016
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Forget monsters: In "10 Cloverfield Lane," it's the paranoia and claustrophobia that will kill you.
Posted Mar 9, 2016
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Marguerite (2016)
Despite its running time, the film's suspense lasts until the final frames. The musical score -- both on-and-off key -- is splendid.
Posted Mar 8, 2016
26
Allegiant's plot, in which the protagonists climb the wall for a baffling origins story before returning to Chicago for the next film's showdown, is not always compelling.
Posted Mar 8, 2016
27
The film pulls off the nifty trick of being simultaneously highly predictable and infuriatingly manipulative. This "Door" leads nowhere.
Posted Mar 4, 2016
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It's hard to read which demographic London Has Fallen is aiming for - right-wing militias? - but even they're likely to come out feeling a little grubby ...
Posted Mar 2, 2016
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Trapped (2016)
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Rarely has a film's determination to distract viewers with the sleekness and shine of its imagery been mirrored so obviously in its story.
Posted Feb 24, 2016
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Grimsby is ... in a league of its own when it comes to audaciously filthy gags.
Posted Feb 23, 2016
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Mr. Right (2016)
40
Chronic (2016)
A pleasingly enigmatic character study.
Posted Feb 18, 2016
41
Risen (2016)
42
Race (2016)
"Race" is only faintly stirring, turning history into a dry reenactment.
Posted Feb 18, 2016
43
Kiki (2017)
Sad, proud, loud, funny, energetic and affecting, Kiki the documentary reflects accurately the spirit of kiki, the scene.
Posted Feb 18, 2016
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A commendably restrained drama that turns out to be too muted for its own good.
Posted Feb 17, 2016
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Strongly written parts -- and good performances, particularly by lead actor and executive producer Anthony LaPaglia -- enliven the film's brush with the familiar.
Posted Feb 17, 2016
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Zero Days (2016)
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Triple 9 (2016)
A nicely nasty little crime thriller, "Triple 9" gets off on its pitiless tone and ultra-macho characters, committing to its steely vibe so completely that even the flaws start to feel like compelling quirks.
Posted Feb 17, 2016
50
Genius (2016)
Large chunks of the film are dramatically inert, and those that aren't are dominated by a performance by Law which feels too big for the screen.
Posted Feb 16, 2016