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History meets destiny in this beautifully crafted South Korean period tale of love, honor, betrayal, and vengeance.
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A jaunty retro spy thriller that's unapologetically obsessed with its own good looks.
All style and no substance makes for a beautiful but boring thriller.
A script too safe for actors with bottomless resources.
A sisterly comedy banking on bad behavior to fuel its ho-hum comedy.
Jason Schwartzman works his particular brand of magic again, managing to salvage some of the directionless film around him.
An old-fashioned comedy about Generation Y wanderers.
The latest reflection on Steve Jobs' life seems overly eager to compensate for all the hero worship of past films on its subject.
A raw glimpse into South Sudan that lacks conciseness, but mostly works due to its elemental, figurative approach.
This documentary about the founder of Greenpeace is both nostalgic and moving.
An unstructured but curious look at one disadvantaged man's quest for the American dream.
Casting its lens on a Bralizilan housekeeper, this familial drama skirts around the class issues at its core.
This tense psychological dystopian thriller doesn't have your average 'Hunger Games' love triangle.
This Belgian horror flick squanders its solid premise by relying on cheap shocks.
Characters make decisions based less in rationality and more in fulfilling the writer's needs.
Succeeds in capturing the male bond and its significance in manhood.
A child prodigy and his obsessive teacher make for a hauntingly evocative but ambiguous tale.
Exceeding expectations, Edgerton's directorial debut engages the mind as it makes your skin crawl.
Sion Sono's latest is a typically bizarre, funny, surreal and bloody treat.
Cold feet are the least of a bride's worries after she is bitten by a bug in this beautifully shot but unevenly told horror film.
An intense passage through the bleak and beautiful terrain of a distressed mind and the accompanying British landscape.
Social awkwardness fails to add to a stagnant romantic comedy.
Fans of French cinema, coming-of-age stories, and kindhearted romantic comedies are sure to find plenty to enjoy.
An absurdist social critique that solidifies Lanthimos as not just a unique voice in today’s cinematic realm, but a great one as well.
Lake Bell pretends to be Simon Pegg's blind date in this charming update on the misunderstanding-based rom com.
Sci-fi action shlock that prostitutes retro gaming into oblivion.
An interesting concept gets a clunky, insufferable treatment in this sci-fi/documentary hybrid
Lively is the beating heart of this San Francisco-set romance fantasy.
A genre exercise that comes and goes but is entertaining as hell while it lasts.
Smaller sets of flaws that were very luckily shadowed by the braver efforts in execution.
Stagecoach is one of the most definitive Western films of all time, from which all other Westerns borrow or flat out copy.
It seems like a straight-forward spoiler title, but even that is called into question as the plot twists and turns.
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