2018

Zhang Yimou’s ‘Shadow is a beautiful and bloody martial arts film.

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‘Ophelia,’ starring Daisy Ridley, Clive Owen, and Naomi Watts, is drowned by bad feminism and too many Shakespeare references.

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Bill Shakespeare spends his retirement in solidarity and mental suffering, something that reflects back on the audience of this flick.

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Red Joan spy thriller with Judi Dench and Sophie Cookson never offers a compelling motives or plot.

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Elizabeth Moss is at the top of her game in Alex Ross Perry’s 90s alt-punk piece ‘Her Smell.’

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Kristen Stewart and Laura Dern star in a complicated real-life depiction of two people who conjure up a literary persona that turns into a sensation.

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Hype is a strange thing. It can create anticipation or it can just as easily wear you down. In this case, I found myself adjusting expectations on an almost scene-by-scene basis.

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Emilio Estevez’s new movie ‘The Public’ offers great cast, but manufactured feels due to a lackluster script.

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In ‘The Wind’, one woman’s fear of isolation and the dark on the undeveloped plains leads to sinister happenings around her cabin.

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Olivia Wilde frees the abused in a strong debut by Sarah Dagger-Nickson.

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

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‘Woman at War’ is a clever and creative comedic thriller that mixes music into eco-political sabotage in an unique way.

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

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‘The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part’ is all over the place.

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‘They Shall Not Grow Old’ receives a wide releases to be witnessed by more audience in understanding the horrors of the First World War told through new groundbreaking technology.

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