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Review: 'All the Bright Places,' with Elle Fanning and Justice Smith, finds romance in darkness
Elle Fanning and Justice Smith star in 'All the Bright Places' as two troubled young people who embark on a life-changing relationship.
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Review: 'Corpus Christi' is an Oscar-nominated knockout
Jan Komasa's drama, one of Poland's biggest international hits, lives up to its reputation, and more
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Review: 'Burden' is powered by the work of Garrett Hedlund and Andrea Riseborough
Garrett Hedlund stars in "Burden" as South Carolina who turns to an African American preacher for help in leaving his racist past behind.
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Review: 'I Was at Home, But ...' is a brilliant, elliptical German drama about family and loss
Angela Schanelec's luminous film, a prizewinner at last year's Berlin International Film Festival, delves deep into a story of grief.
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'Noir City: Hollywood' returns with Rita Hayworth, military films and David Mamet
The American Cinematheque ignites its 22nd "Noir City: Hollywood" with Rita Hayworth in "Gilda" and the 1952 Argentine suspense film "The Beast Must Die."
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Review: 'Guns Akimbo' takes gaming to a gory extreme
Daniel Radcliffe stars as a video game developer caught up in live-streaming, real-life fight-to-the-death events in the movie "Guns Akimbo."
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Review: 'Lost in America' boasts big names, but the real stars are its homeless teens
"Lost in America," a documentary on youth homelessness in America, features Rosario Dawson and other stars, and highlights the main issues that surround the issue.
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Review: 'Wendy,' Benh Zeitlin's loose retelling of 'Peter Pan,' soars and stumbles
Benh Zeitlin's long-awaited follow-up to "Beasts of the Southern Wild" is a sometimes astonishing, ultimately enervating retelling of "Peter Pan."
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Review: John Turturro's 'Lebowski' spinoff 'The Jesus Rolls' goes straight into the gutter
John Turturro wrote and directed the crime comedy "The Jesus Rolls," reprising his flamboyant bowler character from "The Big Lebowski."
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Review: 'Disappearance at Clifton Hill' and Tuppence Middleton find artful mood in a mystery
Tuppence Middleton stars in 'Disappearance at Clifton Hill' as a young woman haunted by the violent kidnapping of a child decades earlier.
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Review: Crime thriller 'Blood on Her Name' focuses on the poor choices of regular folks
Bethany Anne Lind is terrific as a small-town woman wrestling with her decision to cover up a suspicious death in the crime thriller 'Blood on Her Name.'
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Review: 'Art Paul of Playboy: The Man Behind the Bunny' overreaches in portrait of designer
Documentary 'Art Paul of Playboy: The Man Behind the Bunny' profiles the longtime art director of Hugh Hefner's infamous magazine for men.
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Review: The street artists of Kinshasa do their thing in the exhilarating doc 'System K'
Director Renaud Barret's 'System K' documents the political street art scene in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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Review: Lena Headey drama 'The Flood' dryly humanizes refugee crisis
Lena Headey of 'Game of Thrones' stars in and executive-produced the British film 'The Flood,' delving into one immigrant's story.
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Review: An 'Elm Street' actor's nightmare may finally be over
Mark Patton, star of the "gay" installment of the horror series "A Nightmare on Elm Street." is back to confront his ghosts in doc "Scream, Queen!"
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What's the deal with Netflix's 'Pokémon' movie? It's the first Pokémon remake
Netflix celebrates Pokémon Day with the release of "Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution," the franchise's first remake and its first fully 3DCG movie.
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Review: 'Greed' is good, and apparently not going anywhere, in Michael Winterbottom's satire
Michael Winterbottom and Steve Coogan reteam for "Greed," the satirical tale of a billionaire who parties with the rich and famous on Mykonos for his 60th birthday.
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Commentary: Bob Chapek as CEO is a vote of confidence in Disney's parks. What does that mean for Disneyland?
Bob Chapek succeeded Bob Iger as CEO of Disney, a role earned for the way he way he oversaw the company's themed entertainment business.
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Review: CGI is not the best look for Ash and Co. in 'Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back — Evolution'
The Pokémon anime franchise lands on Netflix with "Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution," as Ash and friends battle a clone.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and 'Roma' star Yalitza Aparicio unite for domestic workers
New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and "Roma" star Yalitza Aparicio celebrated each other on social media after meeting to discuss domestic workers' rights.
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Review: Thanks to a superb Elisabeth Moss, this 'Invisible Man' is something to see
Leigh Whannell turns the Universal horror classic "The Invisible Man," itself adapted on H.G. Wells' story, into a gaslighting thriller for the #MeToo era.
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Review: The sharp heist-thriller pleasures of 'The Whistlers' translate into any language
The great Romanian writer-director Corneliu Porumboiu dives into "Ocean's Eleven" territory, with inimitably fun results.
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Horror's 'It' girl says she's just winging it. Netflix may beg to differ
Sophia Lillis ('It,' 'Sharp Objects') deals with teen angst and uncontrollable telekinetic abilities in Netflix's "I Am Not Okay With This."
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The real life Jean Seberg and the tragic tale behind Kristen Stewart's 'Seberg'
Diane Baker, Diane Ladd and the writers and director of the movie "Seberg" reflect on the tumultuous life and mysterious death of the 1960s New Wave star.
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