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

'The Mauritanian'

‘The Mauritanian’

This meticulously detailed account of the erroneous 14-year Gitmo incarceration of Mohamedou  Ould Slahi, who was falsely accused of being …
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'Identifying Features'

‘Identifying Features’

When the teenage son of a middle-aged Mexican mother goes missing while en route to the US to find work, …
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'Minari'

‘Minari’

This is the movie that should win the Oscar for best picture, flat out, hands down, no questions asked …
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'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm'

‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’

The outrageous, in-your-face, unexpected shock value humor that characterized this film’s 2006 predecessor never really impressed me much, and that’s …
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'Nomadland'

‘Nomadland’

This inside look at a little-known community and culture is engaging for about the first two-thirds of the film, but, …
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'Palm Springs'

‘Palm Springs’

Never have I been as anxious to await a movie’s ending as I was while watching this waste of good …
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'I Care a Lot'

‘I Care a Lot’

Seeing the ugly truth exposed in all its vile splendor may be hurtful and shocking, but sometimes it’s a necessary …
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'The Vast of Night'

‘The Vast of Night’

I waited a long time to see this, and, now that I finally have, I can honestly say it wasn’t …
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'Two of Us'

‘Two of Us’

How and who we love has undergone tremendously liberating changes in recent years, but, for some seniors, who remember a …
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