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Chuck Smith's doc shows how a young woman changed the culture by influencing Warhol, Dylan, Ginsberg, Reed and others more

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Audrey Gordon's film about siblings separated by foster homes who reunite annually is small, lyrical and often beautiful more

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Sequel about French-Canadian Mounties and Americans in Quebec hits a major humour roadblock more

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Set in Africa, France and the Arctic Sea, Wim Wenders’s dull spy story features dialogue that sounds like it’s from an op-ed page more

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Lucrecia Martel's first film in almost a decade immerses the viewer in existential ennui and casual violence more

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The fine actor Imogen Poots is wasted in a movie that wants to comment on contemporary America but really has nothing to say more

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Kim Nguyen’s film about a remote security operator features an obvious script and uneven pacing, but the acting and premise deliver the goods more

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High-concept Amy Schumer comedy about a drab woman who becomes convinced she looks like a fashion model stumbles more

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Dwayne Johnson reunites with Journey 2 and San Andreas director Brad Peyton for a fun adaptation of the 90s videogame more

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The film looks and sounds great, but it’s hobbled by hand-holding exposition and a checklist approach to character more

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Arshad Khan's deeply personal film – complete with lots of home movie footage, animation and Bollywood clips – is a fascinating look at navigating various cultures more

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Film about Björn Borg and John McEnroe’s Wimbledon 1980 showdown is a generic, simplistic biopic more

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The script and direction are mechanical, but Imelda Staunton, Timothy Spall and Celia Imrie as British pensioners are incapable of sounding a false note more

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Alison Cohen Rosa

Lynne Ramsay’s Cannes hit features a great Joaquin Phoenix performance more

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Andrew Haigh’s moving follow-up to Weekend and 45 Years will take root in your imagination and stay there for a while more

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The late author’s novel about an Ojibwe kid who escapes a residential school by playing hockey gets a well-meaning but superficial adaptation more

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Mad Men’s Jon Hamm demonstrates why he’s one of the most purely watchable film actors working today more

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John Krasinski’s film about a family that tries to be as quiet as possible to avoid being eaten by hearing-sensitive creatures is obvious but effective more

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Documentary about the violinist and conductor comes to life during music sequences or when Perlman's wife, Toby, is onscreen more

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Faith-influenced movie is based on an inspiring story about a volleyball team that rallied together to honour the memory of one of their players more

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