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Crystal Moselle’s film is much more than a coming-of-age drama about young female skateboarders more

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The pair’s fourth straight blood-lust collaboration is well made, but it’s bullshit more

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Sofia Bohdanowicz’s first feature documentary is a touching film that’s part portrait, part character study more

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Danish actor Trine Dyrholm is outstanding as the washed-up former Velvet Underground singer and model more

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Once Gail Harvey finds a consistent tone for this adaptation of a Linwood Barclay novel, the movie flows along nicely more

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The Simpsons creator's disappointing Netflix fantasy series shows what happens when a beloved artist gets to do whatever he wants more

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Neither as smart nor as dumb as it needs to be, this creature feature doesn’t even know what to do with Jason Statham more

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Spike Lee’s biopic about a 1970s cop who infiltrates the KKK critiques film history and comments on our present moment more

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Desiree Akhavan's engaging drama about teens at a gay-conversion camp suffers from uneven characterization more

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Alison McAlpine’s captivating film is both a documentary about astronomy and an essay on the allure of the night sky more

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Film about a dozen Angelenos and the dogs that bring them together lacks an edge, but it’s got a great big heart more

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The hip-hop icon and his family play caricatures of themselves in autobiographical comedy series more

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Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon's comic chemistry is undone by an antic, slapped-together Bourne plot more

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Film about the late designer Alexander McQueen follows the standard celebrity template but makes moving connections between the man's life and art more

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Doc about the avant-garde musician’s life and work after a cancer diagnosis is thoughtful and compelling more

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Matt Tyrnauer's doc is a largely laudatory antidote to Hollywood Babylonesque accounts of Los Angeles in the 40s and 50s more

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Reworking of the classic Australian book and film about repressed Victorian schoolgirls who go missing gets nightmarish and sadistic more

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Chinese filmmaker Vivian Qu's second feature is anchored by two strong performances more

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Toronto-based director Anthony Scott Burns does fine work, but the drama and the scares in this horror flick are underserved more

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Director Carlos López Estrada's film about chocolate-and-vanilla bros is intimate, insightful and frustrating more

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