Review: Personal Shopper

Kristen Stewart stars in the French horror film
Ghost stories and French art films don't typically coexist in the mind of the modern moviegoer. But that doesn't stop award-winning writer/director Olivier Assayas (Summer...

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Review: The Lost City of Z

James Gray's drama about the discovery of a lost ancient Amazonian city
Who says they don't make movies like they used to? Writer-director James Gray's The Lost City of Z not only recalls the grand historical epics...

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Review: I Called Him Morgan

A documentary about jazz prodigy Lee Morgan screens at Zeitgeist
Jazz musicians with extraordinary natural talent often rise rapidly to the top of their field. Then there are artists like trumpet player and composer Lee...

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Review: revenge and forgiveness in Land of Mine

A Danish film about German POWs after World War II
Maybe it's the ongoing refugee crisis or the ever-present threat of terrorism across Europe. Whatever the inspiration, European filmmakers continually return to the immediate aftermath...

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Review: In Apprentice, a prison guard becomes the executioner’s assistant

The absorbing prison drama opens March 31
There has been no shortage of first-rate films examining the death penalty in recent decades, from Errol Morris' groundbreaking documentary The Thin Blue Line to...

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Review: Kiki revisits New York ball scenes

The documentary screens at Zeitgeist
There's no medium like documentary film for bringing little-known subcultures out of the shadows and into the light of an unsuspecting world. More than 25...

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Review: Kong: Skull Island

Popcorn movie meets throwback monster mash
What makes a really good popcorn movie? There's no formula for the finely crafted, imaginative, escapist entertainment many of us find appealing, whatever our tastes...

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Review: The Salesman embeds social commentary in personal stories

The Oscar-winning Iranian director’s film is at The Broad
Until last week, only three directors had won a Best Foreign Language Film Academy Award more than once: Federico Fellini, Ingmar Bergman and Vittorio De...

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Review: The Red Turtle

The Academy Award-nominated animated film is at The Broad
It's no wonder that animated films have come to symbolize the commercial excesses of 21st-century Hollywood. Budgets for animated blockbusters routinely exceed $200 million and...

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Review: Toni Erdmann

The drama screens at The Theatres at Canal Place
Do we ever really know our children? It's easy to feel close to the little ones, their young minds and budding personalities constantly betraying their...

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