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The Cannes award-winning Civil War period piece is mere decoration.
Even with its on-the-nose metaphor, ‘After the Storm’ is beautifully made.
With a plot seemingly set up for moral payoff, the film refreshingly subverts those expectations.
An exercise in critical thinking, the film forces us to weigh our own prejudices against the screen.
Full of oblivious privileged characters and well-photographed food, the film is thoroughly off.
The latest in the Disney series is a showy summer rehash.
The best of the upcoming enormous film fest.
Guy Ritchie’s take on Camelot is a joyless medieval sausage fest.
What could’ve been a stuffy biopic turns into a fittingly odd ode to its unconventional subject.
The Seventh Art Stand, a free film festival featuring Islamic works, will take over Seattle next month.
Ben Wheatley’s latest strips the action genre of all but its violent core.
The premise may be goofy, but the film ends up being much more than a quirky Kaiju flick.
This action flick with an unwanted gender-reassignment surgery at its center is lurid and clunky.
Growing up and throwing up in this occasionally uncanny film.
There might be something here for diehard fans, but otherwise the nostalgia’s empty.
Disney’s live-action ‘Beauty and the Beast’ remake feels factory-made.
This animated Swiss Oscar nominee may have lost to ‘Zootopia,’ but its subtle soul shines regardless.
With surprisingly solid storytelling and unexpected plot points, the X-Men outing excels.
When the heir to the Bechuanaland throne marries an Englishwoman, romantic geopolitical chess follows.
Even with Joseph, Marie, and a donkey, this film is allegory free and upends expectation.