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

'West Side Story'

‘West Side Story’

Ever since I saw the delightfully campy opening musical sequence of “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” (1984), I’ve …
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'CODA'

‘CODA’

“CODA,” an acronym for “Child Of Deaf Adults,” is the kind of film that’s designed to make viewers feel bad …
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'Nightmare Alley'

‘Nightmare Alley’

Though stylish to a fault, director Guillermo del Toro’s cinema noir tale about a Depression Era carny worker who hones …
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'Don't Look Up'

‘Don’t Look Up’

Methinks the critics doth protest too much when it comes to their ill-conceived complaints about this brilliant satire from director …
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'Bergman Island'

‘Bergman Island’

Director Mia Hansen-Løve’s tribute to the life and work of the late Swedish auteur Ingmar Bergman is certainly reverential, if …
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'The Matrix Resurrections'

‘The Matrix Resurrections’

In the interest of full disclosure, I’ll start off by saying I’ve never been a big fan of “The Matrix” …
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'Luzzu'

‘Luzzu’

While the narrative of this engaging Maltese offering may seem somewhat familiar (at least superficially), there are plot developments that …
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'Zola'

‘Zola’

While not everything flows as smoothly as it could in this daffy, edgy, fact-based road trip comedy derived from the …
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'The Lost Daughter'

‘The Lost Daughter’

Despite fine performances by Olivia Colman and Jessie Buckley, writer-director Maggie Gyllenhaal’s debut feature is all sizzle and no steak …
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