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

'Three Summers'

‘Three Summers’

What’s puzzlingly billed as a comedy – and what probably could have been a bitingly funny social satire in the …
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Actor-director Orson Welles’s epic “Citizen Kane” (1941) is considered by many to be one of the greatest (if not the …
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'Beasts Clawing at Straws'

‘Beasts Clawing at Straws’

When the films of the Coen Brothers meet those of Bong Joon-Ho, you’ve got the work of first-time South Korean …
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Perhaps the worst sin a crime saga can commit is being dull, yet that’s precisely what bogs down this Depression …
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'Divine Love'

‘Divine Love’

In a Brazil of the near future in which fundamentalist Christianity has insidiously ingratiated itself into what is still a …
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This oh-so-subtle examination of a Vietnamese refugee’s return to his homeland after 30 years in London languishes in such painful …
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'Two Gods'

‘Two Gods’

Overcoming loss and achieving redemption can seem like impossible ordeals, especially when the deck appears perpetually stacked against us. But, …
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'There Is No Evil'

‘There Is No Evil’

“Remorse,” “regret” and “defiance” are words most of us would not readily associate with executioners, but they’re more than apropos …
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When a brilliant research oncologist makes a huge breakthrough, she mysteriously disappears. Is someone out to steal her work? Or …
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