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Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool fails to capture the magic of actress Gloria Grahame.
Black Panther builds a stunning sci-fi African world, but could use more comic book fun.
Lebanon’s Oscar-nominated The Insult captures the universality of devolving discourse.
Dirtbag tells the true story of the obsessive and difficult mountaineering legend, Fred Beckey.
The Final Year takes viewers inside the unsuspecting last days of the Obama administration.
An exacting performance from Daniel Day-Lewis in this unconventional love story helps the director get back on track.
And a lot of well-known faces.
Jeff Gillespie’s treatment just doesn’t take Harding seriously.
Gary Oldman and company don’t do the moment justice.
With Downsizing, the director continues his exploration of humanity’s foibles in a very different filmic universe.
The latest from director James Ivory is a tad pretentious, very smart, and plenty beautiful.
Tribalism aside, it was a banner year for film.
The modern take on the classic children’s story fails when stretched to feature length.
The latest from Hong Sang-soo is engaging, but maybe a little too real.
Woody Allen’s latest is filled with dialogue, but what is it really saying?
The latest from Joachim Trier borrows liberally from its inspiration and finds its terror in the smaller moments.
A fawning documentary gives us an uncritical look at a remarkable icon.
The lessons in Cartoon Saloon’s latest are valuable ones, but the story suffers because of them.
With a well-crafted script and superior performances, the latest from director Martin McDonagh packs a punch.
Funny, satirical, outrageous—director Ruben Östlund creates an arthouse roller-coaster ride.