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Hamlet 2

Frequently inspired satire of amateur theatricals hedges its bets but flourishes as a showcase for comic Coogan Read more »

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Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired

Cuts the renowned director too much slack, but is still a striking indictment of celebrity justice Read more »

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Submarine

A winning, bracingly humane comedy, worth any moviegoer's time Read more »

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The Music Never Stopped

Grey matter meets black and white characters Read more »

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Here

Looking to be challenged, gratified and moved? Look Here Read more »

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The Art of Getting By

A hollow emo comedy Read more »

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American Teen

Frequently touching reality-show-in-waiting is ultimately too constructed for its own good Read more »

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Windhorse

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The Kids are All Right

How do you define the modern family? Read more »

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7 Days/Les 7 jours du talion

Brutal but truthful examination of revenge killings and vigilante violence Read more »

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Waitress

Adrienne Shelly's warm and joyful blue-collar comedy makes “quirky” a great place to be Read more »

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Get Bruce!

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Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?

Spurlock’s latest non-documentary comedy represents everything it thinks it’s criticizing about American foreign policy Read more »

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(500) Days of Summer

Don’t be surprised if this Summer provides at least a somewhat hot season at the box office. Read more »

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Little Man

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Brief Interviews with Hideous Men

An intricate, intriguing but inconsistent misfire from actor-turned-director John Krasinski holds a promise of better things Read more »

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Crude

Documentarian Joe Berlinger flies solo with a movie that can’t decide if it’s about Latin American justice or limousine liberalism Read more »

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Forty Shades Of Blue

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Big Fan

Wrestler screenwriter Robert Siegel makes his directing debut and finds more blue-collar poetry—and another great character performance—in the margins of professional sport. Read more »

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La Tragedia de Macario

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