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A surprising mix of comedy, western, and fairy tale, this excellent first film is all about the details.
One of this summer's most hyped films provides satisfying visuals and carnage amongst a familiar and formulaic structure.
Marvel's superhero mash-up sequel has its moments, but could use a little elbow room.
A moderately entertaining martial arts take on the serial killer procedural.
A funny, silky-smooth portrait of a woman acquiescing with death in her twilight.
An absurdist social critique that solidifies Lanthimos as not just a unique voice in today’s cinematic realm, but a great one as well.
In this unlikely but delightful buddy picture, an old man and his young friend pursue someone they suspect of being a Nazi in hiding.
Tame and derivative, Katz's familial dramedy is nevertheless an easy-breezy watch.
Full of life, the equal parts tragic and inspirational story of Carl Boenish makes for one of the best documentaries of the year.
Albert Maysles' final documentary is an immensely likable and engaging portrait of a true eccentric.
This documentary about lying mixes personal stories and science to share some surprisingly authentic conclusions.
A compelling, star-studded documentary on the life of filmmaker Sam Fuller.
A mother-son dynamic is explored in this vaguely fantastical but ultimately hole-riddled film.
Demonstrates that people can get pretty creative if they’re desperate enough.
A disorienting Yves Saint Laurent biopic that feels like chasing the fashion icon through a maze of mirrors.
A strange and multi-layered narrative, you'll either laugh or scratch your head at Quentin Dupieux's latest.
An exceptional film thanks to strength of character and might of performance. It shouldn't be missed.
A horror documentary about sleep paralysis that's both fascinating and frightening
Sustaining an extreme level of tension the whole way through, Mitchell's teen horror opus is one of the best of its kind.
A love story with monster elements provides plenty to admire, if not love.
A backpacking trip goes horrifyingly wrong when a couple strays off-trail.
Lake Bell pretends to be Simon Pegg's blind date in this charming update on the misunderstanding-based rom com.
Alison Brie and Jason Sudeikis attempt being "just friends" while navigating a mutual tendency to abuse sex in this hilariously fresh rom com.
Hall and Sudeikis are cute but won't make hearts skip beats in this sweet and simple rom-com.
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.
Offers as many genre pleasures as it does philosophical head-scratchers.
An incoherent mess, a mesmerizing bore, and yet strangely compelling.
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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