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 Review :: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

Review :: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 24
Who would have thought this old chestnut could suddenly feel so fresh? What was a cult film before is now essential viewing, and wicked fun to boot.

 Review :: Wilson

Review :: Wilson

By Roger Walker-Dack | Mar 24
Middle-aged loner Wilson's life gets a big upheaval when he discovers out of the blue that he has a 16-year-old daughter.

 Review :: Julieta

Review :: Julieta

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 24
If you were initially unsure about this movie -- as was I, to be honest -- a fresh look is in order. Bring on the home release on Blu-ray!

 Review :: T2 Trainspotting

Review :: T2 Trainspotting

By Greg Vellante | Mar 24
20 years after the original film, "T2 Trainspotting" understands the power of the past. Here, it finds a profound, more mature nature that wasn't present in the first film.

 Review :: I Called Him Morgan

Review :: I Called Him Morgan

By Louise Adams | Mar 24
The talented, brief life and unexpected end of the jazz trumpeter is explored through B&W concert footage, photos, audio recordings and friends' interviews in this loving, yet startling, documentary.

 Review :: Life

Review :: Life

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 24
The new Daniel Espinozo-directed sci-fi thriller, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds, consists wrought of three-quarters parts "Alien," one-quarter part "Gravity," a jigger of "Europa Report," and a barrel of the wrong kind of laughs.

 Review :: Live By Night

Review :: Live By Night

By Jonathan Covert | Mar 23
Affleck crams what might have been a great twelve-episode mini-series into a single, sputtering 129 minutes.

 Review :: Canoa: A Shameful Memory

Review :: Canoa: A Shameful Memory

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 22
As a film, "Canoa" is required viewing for its sheer cinematic skill and storytelling verve; as document, it resonates now as never before.

 Review :: Interiors

Review :: Interiors

By Greg Vellante | Mar 22
Woody Allen's first venture into full-fledged drama invokes Bergman in its compositions and Shakespeare in its barefaced ancestral tragedy.

 Review :: Fences

Review :: Fences

By Louise Adams | Mar 21
Denzel Washington directs a stellar stage-to-screen adaption of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winner, the third midcentury story in his 10-work cycle.

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