Kate Walz

‘Ruben Brandt, Collector’ immerses viewer in paintings during abstract animated story.

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‘Capernaum’ proves hell is on earth in unflinching story of refugee life.

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‘Nothing to Do’ feels like film school project about hospice.

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‘Under the Eiffel Tower’ has a lot of ‘Veep’ stars, but none of the funny.

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Revenge drama ‘Destroyer’ is an unsatisfying ordeal.

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Newcomer Angus Imrie is the best thing about Joe Cornish’s ‘The Kid Who Would be King,’ an Arthurian tale for the tween set.

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Romance ruins bromance in badly written ‘The Upside.’

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The most provocative thing about this rote RBG biopic is the title.

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Hirokazu Koreeda’s award-winning ‘Shoplifters’ deserves the accolades for its beautiful, bittersweet family portrait.

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‘Spider-Verse’ is perfect holiday family fun.

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Though excellently acted, ‘The Favourite’ is bleak with some pacing problems.

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This steampunk adventure based on a YA series likely to bore moviegoers and disappoint fans of source material.

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Sweden’s official entry into the upcoming Oscar race ‘The Guilty’ takes hard look at heroism in tense, subtle thriller.

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‘Green Book’ is an enjoyable film with solid acting, but it brings up a lot of big questions it doesn’t bother to answer.

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‘Instant Family,’ written and directed by Sean Anders, is full of movie tropes I hate, but the thread of truth in the movie makes it a bit more entertaining.

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