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Movie Review: Blinded by the Light

Do you have to love Bruce Springsteen to enjoy this film? No, but it helps.

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Movie Review: Luce

Provocative film explores the dangers of white noblesse oblige.

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Movie Review: The Farewell

Is it wrong to not tell grandma she's dying?

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Movie Review: Yesterday

British fantasy is perfectly diverting, but barely scratches the surface of its intriguing premise.

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Movie Review: Late Night

The combination of Mindy Kaling and Emma Thompson proves to be unstoppable.

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Movie Review: Hotel Mumbai

Undeniably gripping film depicts the brutal 2008 terrorist attack in Mumbai, India. Is it worth it?

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Movie Review: Greta

Don't be fooled: This is B-movie horror dressed up in a classy package.

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2015: The Year in Film

Here are my 25 favorite films of the year.

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Transcendence

Man vs. machine sci fi is both derivative and ridiculous.

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Non-Stop

America's new favorite action hero is 61 years old.

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Review: 12 Years a Slave

The best film about the tragedy of American slavery I’ve ever seen.

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Review: Frances Ha

Frances Ha is basically all about the adorableness of Gerwig. Seriously.

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Review: Django Unchained

He’s 49 years old, but in some ways, Quentin Tarantino is still that genius kid in the video store.

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