A Round-up of New Movies in Theaters, Online and Available for Home Viewing



Talk about a letdown. Writer-director Alex Garland, who established himself as an exceedingly gifted new filmmaker in “Ex Machina” (2014) …
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When a rundown housing project on the outskirts of Paris is slated for demolition, its predominantly low-income immigrant residents face …
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'The Whaler Boy' ('Kitoboy')

‘The Whaler Boy’ (‘Kitoboy’)

Coming of age is a universal human process that virtually everyone goes through, no matter where they live and under …
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'Petite Maman' ('Petit Maman')

‘Petite Maman’ (‘Petit Maman’)

Talk about a cure for insomnia! Director Céline Sciamma’s latest offering in the female bonding genre is so understated, underdeveloped, …
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'Ahed's Knee'

‘Ahed’s Knee’

When a perpetually disgruntled, self-absorbed, middle-aged Israeli filmmaker attends a screening of one of his films at a public library …
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'The Duke'

‘The Duke’

Being an idealist is a noble but often-lonely, often-misunderstood pursuit, a mantle that can easily leave one isolated or even …
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'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness'

‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’

While I don’t completely agree with Martin Scorsese’s contention that Marvel movies aren’t cinema, the studios’ latest offering could arguably …
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'North by Current'

‘North by Current’

It’s indeed gratifying when a documentary attempts to takes an unconventional approach in telling its story, presenting a work of …
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'A Distant Place'

‘A Distant Place’

When it comes to stories built on the gradual revelation of secrets, there’s a big difference between skillfully divulging their …
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