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

'Flee' ('Flugt')

‘Flee’ (‘Flugt’)

This will undoubtedly be perceived as an unfavorable opinion, but I’ll say it anyway – the gay protagonist’s harrowing story …
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'Procession'

‘Procession’

Sexual abuse of minors by Roman Catholic priests is undoubtedly a serious subject, and undertakings that address it deserve to …
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'A Hero' ('Ghahreman')

‘A Hero’ (‘Ghahreman’)

It’s gratifying that there’s a film from Iranian director Asghar Farhadi that I can at last genuinely recommend. The filmmaker’s …
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'Shiva Baby'

‘Shiva Baby’

We’ve all had those uncomfortably embarrassing moments where we’d like to run away and hide – but can’t. And director …
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'Licorice Pizza'

‘Licorice Pizza’

I came away from director Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest heaving a big “So what?” This alleged coming of age romantic …
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'The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain'

‘The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain’

When overzealous, racist White Plains cops conduct a wellness check request that was accidentally sent by an aging, mentally ill, …
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'My Salinger Year'

‘My Salinger Year’

Think “The Devil Wears Prada” (2006) in the book publishing industry, and you’ve got a pretty good idea what this …
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'tick, tick... BOOM!'

‘tick, tick… BOOM!’

Based on the Jonathan Larson musical by the same name, director Lin-Manuel Miranda’s debut feature tends to frustrate more than …
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'The Tragedy of Macbeth'

‘The Tragedy of Macbeth’

While William Shakespeare’s legendary tragedy has been translated to the screen more times than one can count, this version from …
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