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On screen and stage.
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.
A starry cast, old-fashioned screenwriting, and a gigantic mustache make for a satisfying whodunit.
The latest from Marvel injects its hero with much-needed levity.
Director Francis Lee takes viewer down to the farm for romance.
The latest from Simon Curtis is a cautionary tale for the age of celebrity.
Artist Ai Weiwei takes viewers to the borderlands for a bird’s-eye view of displacement
Made from nearly 10,000 oil paintings, the film’s form alone justifies its existence.
A fitting final showcase for one of the century’s greatest character actors.
Frederick Wiseman’s documentary Ex Libris lets the library speak for itself.
More Slop Gun than Top Gun, the film follows the outrageous but true story of Barry Seal.
The social-media horror feels slightly behind the times, but it still has some new ideas.
The Northwest Film Forum’s celebration of local indie film is pushing beyond the movie screen.
The film’s subject has gravity of its own, but simple filmmaking decisions get in the way.
Based on a ‘This American Life’ episode, the film takes a procedural approach.
The road-trip film blends fact and fiction, but the jokes are very real.