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 Review :: Book Club

Review :: Book Club

By Frank J. Avella | May 18
"Book Club" offers a Mount Rushmore roster of star talent, but the script doesn't deliver.

 Review :: Show Dogs

Review :: Show Dogs

By Jason Southerland | May 18
A mediocre entry into a mediocre genre (talking animals that interact with humans) that is ultimately geared to kids without the usual hook of providing another level of humor for adults.

 Review :: Saving Brinton

Review :: Saving Brinton

By Roger Walker-Dack | May 18
Frank and Indiana Brinton had one of the finest collections of old silent movies. Their trove of films languished for over 130 years... until now.

 Review :: On Chesil Beach

Review :: On Chesil Beach

By Kilian Melloy | May 18
Saorise Ronan stars in a period drama that's also a dark comedy about artfully constructed, obsessively maintained social facades and the usual human frailty, cruelty, and misery that simmer beneath them.

 Review :: First Reformed

Review :: First Reformed

By Kilian Melloy | May 18
Rejoice, cinema faithful: Ethan Hawke has suffered for the sins of Paul Schrader's latest movie, so the rest of us don't have to.

 Review :: That Summer

Review :: That Summer

By Louise Adams | May 18
Göran Hugo Olsson edits together four reels of footage, lost for 45 years, of Edith Ewing Bouvier Beale and Edith Bouvier Beale.

 Review :: Play The Devil

Review :: Play The Devil

By Roger Walker-Dack | May 15
This psychological thriller set in Trinidad turns sour when an older man insists on courting a reluctant high school boy.

 Review :: Deadpool 2

Review :: Deadpool 2

By Robert Nesti | May 15
The whirling, noisy joke machine that is "Deadpool 2" will no doubt please the fans of this Marvel superhero, mostly because its meta-humor hits them in their sweet spot (whatever that is).

 Review :: The Other Side Of Hope

Review :: The Other Side Of Hope

By Kilian Melloy | May 15
The Criterion Blu-ray release of Aki Kaurismäki's funny, highly stylized, and profoundly humanistic film is a timely and worthwhile response to one of the great problems of our time, and seldom has the medium of film been employed in a more artful way.

 Review :: A Place To Be

Review :: A Place To Be

By Roger Walker-Dack | May 15
When Abel and Diego meet, it is love at first sight; but, as Diego is an undocumented immigrant in the US, their chances of a happily ever after story are slim.

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