Tame and derivative, Katz's familial dramedy is nevertheless an easy-breezy watch.
A longer run-time would have better-served this decent drama that uses real-life exile of 130,000 people as its backdrop.
Solid lead performances and a riveting tale help prevent this historic heist flick from otherwise stealing your time.
Political and sexual tensions rise when war forces two couples to cohabit in this uneven Israeli drama.
A story about a deaf Roma girl is part heartbreaking documentary, part fanciful musical with results somewhere in between.
Despite occasionally falling back on cliches, this sex comedy has enough originality to constitute a viewing from genre diehards.
A borderline personality disordered lottery winner funds a talk show on access television to laughably live out her own form of self help.
Marvel's superhero mash-up sequel has its moments, but could use a little elbow room.
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