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 Review :: A Very Sordid Wedding

Review :: A Very Sordid Wedding

By Kitty Drexel | Oct 17
"A Very Sordid Wedding" is the follow-up movie to "Sordid Lives" the 2000 movie and the 2008 TV series.

 Review :: The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

Review :: The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 13
The latest Noah Baumbach movie about a disorderly and dysfunctional Manhattan family is a joy, and makes him a worthy successor to Woody Allen.

 Review :: Happy Death Day

Review :: Happy Death Day

By Greg Vellante | Oct 13
A crafty and conceptual slasher-genre twist on "Groundhog Day," "Happy Death Day" is a fun and entertaining exercise that never quite reaches its full potential thanks to the bloodless shortcomings of its PG-13 rating.

 Review :: Marshall

Review :: Marshall

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 13
Thurgood Marshall ends up a guest star in his own movie, his piercing intelligence and assured competence an echo of Sidney Poitier's Detective Tibbs from 1967's much more groundbreaking "In the Heat of the Night."

 Review :: Professor Marston & The Wonder Women

Review :: Professor Marston & The Wonder Women

By Louise Adams | Oct 13
Angela Robinson's engaging biopic chronicles the man who created the iconic comic book heroine. This is an intriguing story that should be told, but it should be called "Elizabeth and Olive and the Guy Who Watched."

 Review :: The Foreigner

Review :: The Foreigner

By Greg Vellante | Oct 13
One part twisty political thriller and one part revenge tale, "The Foreigner" never gets the balance right and feels like two movies jammed into one.

 Review :: Goodbye Christopher Robin

Review :: Goodbye Christopher Robin

By Kevin Taft | Oct 13
The story of how A.A. Milne came to write his beloved Winnie-the-Pooh books is a relentlessly maudlin affair that takes the whimsy out of the hundred acre wood and instead goes full-on Eeyore.

 Review :: Human Flow

Review :: Human Flow

By Noe Kamelamela | Oct 13
"Human Flow" is Ai Weiwei's love letter to displaced persons and a critical view of the mechanisms that keep refugees from life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

 Review :: The Poughkeepsie Tapes

Review :: The Poughkeepsie Tapes

By Ken Tasho | Oct 11
Scream Factory gives this film a chance to find an audience on Blu-ray after sitting around in limbo for ten years.

 Review :: Center of My World

Review :: Center of My World

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 10
German high schooler Phil thinks that his hot new classmate is out of his reach, but it turns out that he is wrong. The only trouble is that Nicholas can and will pick and choose who he's going to bed in this delightful coming-of-age story.

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