• Variety | 4/22/2018 | Dennis Harvey
    The mordant side of Jewish humor is pushed to an extreme in Shawn Snyder’s debut feature “To Dust.” This gently absurdist — yet also sometimes downright icky — tale revolves around a grief-stricken...
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  • Variety | 5/18/2018 | Nick Schager
    In 2013’s “Cargo,” a seven-minute viral video that cleverly subverted several walking-dead clichés, directors Ben Howling and Yolanda Ramke devised a novel way for a zombie-bitten father to lead his...
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  • Variety | 4/27/2018 | Nick Schager
    After working for years as president of the Spokane, Wash., chapter of the NAACP, Rachel Dolezal made national headlines in 2015 when it was revealed that she was a white woman — a designation she...
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  • Variety | 4/20/2018 | Dennis Harvey
    “Braid” is something of a throwback to certain films of the ’60s and ’70s, in which “psycho chillers,” giallos, and those art-house items that critic Pauline Kael called...
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  • Variety | 4/22/2018 | Peter Debruge
    A renegade Catholic boy raised by conservative parents in Queens, New York, Robert Mapplethorpe transformed some of the most blasphemous subjects on earth — gay sex, Satanism, bondage — into...
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  • Variety | 4/21/2018 | Owen Gleiberman
    “Zoe,” a chilly but soft-headed do-androids-dream-of-electric-love? sci-fi romance, is one of those movies in which the future is depicted as being a heartbeat away from the present, a scheme that...
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  • the Guardian | 4/22/2018 | Mark Kermode
    There are several moments in this astringently uncomfortable tragicomedy – which boasts a blistering central performance by Maxine Peake – that will leave audiences squirming and divided.
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  • Variety | 4/12/2018 | Peter Debruge
    Why is it that in cinema, remakes are so often reviled, whereas on stage, each new production of a classic play brings a fresh wave of anticipation, as we wonder how the director and cast might...
    660 views boti
  • Variety | 4/20/2018 | Owen Gleiberman
    Stockholm Syndrome is a phenomenon we’re all familiar with — at least, in the abstract. In a hostage situation, some ordinary folks will start to sympathize and identify with the people holding them...
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  • TVOvermind | 4/21/2018 | Nick Hogan
    I’m not sure if my frustration with this week’s Gotham was personal, or justified based on the story. There’s only so much compelling story that can be told about Nygma fighting against his inner...
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  • Variety | 5/11/2018 | Nick Schager
    Love, companionship, healing and deliverance often come from unexpected places, but in movies, it’s far too easy for out-of-the-blue twists of fate to feel creakily contrived.
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