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Thomas Hardy's 1874 novel about romantic entanglements in the English countryside returns to the big screen in this fourth film adaptation, directed by Thomas Vinterberg. After unexpectedly … more
Crass misogyny overwhelms any thoughtful considerations on the rapid development of artificial intelligence that this sometimes witty tale of a mad scientist (Oscar Isaac), his assistant (Domhnall … more
Presumably intended as a droll comedy about the pursuit of fame and the vagaries of sexual experimentation, writers and co-directors Andrew Mogel and Jarrad Paul's film amounts instead to a … more
A teenagers-in-trouble horror film with a cybertwist, director Levan Gabriadze's silly thriller unfolds in "found footage" style as six high school friends (Shelley Hennig, Renee Olstead, Courtney … more
The grisly undertones of this whodunit— a detailed dissection of a real-life murder case adapted by director and co-writer Rupert Goold from the memoir by Michael Finkel — make it suitable for … more
Serviceable romantic drama in which, due to the unique circumstances of an auto accident that caused her temporary death, a 29-year-old widow (Blake Lively) in 1930s San Francisco emerges from the … more
The life of Marie Heurtin (1885-1921), often called the "French Helen Keller," is dramatized in this joyous film, directed by Jean-Pierre Ameris. Born deaf and blind and wholly unable to connect to … more
Author Tom Rob Smith's novel about a serial killer stalking boys in the Stalinist-era Soviet Union — where, for ideological reasons, such crimes could not be officially acknowledged to exist — … more
Occasional flashes of wit relieve the endless succession of explosive special effects in this so-so sequel. When a supposedly peaceable tech project uber-engineer, Tony Stark, aka Iron Man (Robert … more
NEW YORK — Religious values and a gentle sensibility pervade the family-friendly drama "Little Boy" (Open Road). Yet, while suitable for a wide audience, director Alejandro Monteverde's … more
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