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



Queer multimedia artist and activist David Wojnarowicz made quite a name for himself in the late 1980s as a fiercely …
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'The Disciple'

‘The Disciple’

When an aspiring Indian classical musician struggles to hone his craft, mostly under the tutelage of masters who demand unattainable …
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Just because a movie character is stuck in limbo doesn’t mean viewers should be subjected to the same. Such is …
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A crisis can change a relationship overnight, as is the case for a couple that has been together for a …
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'A Shape of Things To Come'

‘A Shape of Things To Come’

As a documentary about living off the grid, this might have been a viable picture. However, as it stands now, …
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When making a film with a taut dramatic premise, the picture requires an equally taut treatment to be effective. Unfortunately, …
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'Saint Frances'

‘Saint Frances’

While this offering deserves praise for its courageous willingness to tackle difficult, taboo topics, it fails on virtually every other …
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'Straight Up'

‘Straight Up’

Living our lives as we were meant to is sometimes challenging in unusual ways. So it is for a loquacious, …
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This heartbreaking indictment of the downsides of gentrification evokes a decidedly powerful emotional response, but its disjointed storytelling approach leaves …
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