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

'The Cathedral'

‘The Cathedral’

Sometimes it takes a different point of view to get a handle on the true nature of a situation. Such …
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'Wildcat'

‘Wildcat’

When one is spiraling downward and hopes for the future look dim, it may seem that there’s no coming back …
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'Holy Emy'

‘Holy Emy’

Fusing genres can yield captivating stories and even more intriguing films. But getting the mix right is tricky business. Like …
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'Hustle'

‘Hustle’

“Hustle” (USA) Metacritic (6/10), Letterboxd (3/5), Imdb.com (6/10) If you love predictable sports movies (particularly those about pro basketball), then …
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'Aftersun'

‘Aftersun’

It’s one thing for a movie to be subtle and nuanced, but it’s something else entirely to be enigmatic and …
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'Armageddon Time'

‘Armageddon Time’

“Armageddon Time” (USA/Brazil) Metacritic (5/10), Rotten Tomatoes (**+), Letterboxd (2.5/5), Imdb.com (5/10) To be perfectly honest, I was at a …
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'Broker' ('Beurokeo')

‘Broker’ (‘Beurokeo’)

When we look to get the best out of life for ourselves, we often need to “broker” a deal to …
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'Living'

‘Living’

Based on the film “Ikiru” (1952) by acclaimed Japanese director Akira Kurosawa, this English adaptation of that work by South …
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'The Wonder'

‘The Wonder’

Though atmospheric to a fault, writer-director Sebastián Lelio’s meditation on reason vs. spirituality/mysticism struggles to effectively capture the innate essence …
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