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‘The Father’ is a personal and painful look at the effects of memory loss and loss of reality for aging Anthony Hopkins.

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‘French Exit’ is less of a film and more of a collage of character quirks mashed together into something resembling a coherent narrative.

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‘The Father’ is superb, and gives a voice and a face to an affliction that is too often limited to those suffering on the periphery of it.

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A sci-fi suspense thriller that’s as interesting as it is ambitious, Vivarium probes the evolving nature of the human condition and notions of “home.”

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Two legendary rock n’ roll figures get the biopic treatment with wildly different results, new on Blu-ray this week.

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The movie’s focus is the period in Jimi Hendrix’s life between 1966 and 1967, when he was crafting the nuances of his unique sound: one that would explode into mainstream consciousness by the time 1968 dawned.

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Unfortunately, it’s another in a long line of comedies that has guys behaving badly and treating girls like crap for the entire film and then lets them off the hook towards the end because that’s the structure of the typical romantic comedy — not because any of it makes any sense.

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I’m not sure that we needed remake of “Fright Night,” a “boy who cried vampire” horror flick that balanced both drama and comedy back in 1985, but in today’s mainstream horror market, a remake is about the only thing that will guarantee your film will be at least a mild hit. This new version, directed […]

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