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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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Mark Raso’s film has a familiar premise about a father and son taking One Last Road Trip, but it’s rarely been done as well as this 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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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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Mad Men’s Jon Hamm demonstrates why he’s one of the most purely watchable film actors working today more

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Saul Dibb’s adaptation of R.C. Sherriff’s oft-adapted novel eschews grandiose spectacle more

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Molly McGlynn’s indie Canadian film takes a familiar premise and invests it with a spiky energy and rich characters more

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Greg Berlanti’s adaptation of the bestselling YA novel is beautifully layered and realistically shows the complexity of high school life more

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The scope remains intimate and the cast delivers rich, lived-in performances more

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Veep and In The Loop’s Armando Iannucci provides another savage stab about political maneuvering more

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Miraculously, Samuel Maoz’s pic doesn’t collapse under the weight of its myriad metaphors more

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The second season of Donald Glover's comedy-drama doesn’t seem all that interested in what society might think of it more

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Writer/director Mina Shum gives her often unnoticed people a deep humanity more

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And once again, the role of the surly, super-powered PI fits Krysten Ritter like a glove more

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Ann Shin’s follow-up to her acclaimed short about two fighters on the opposite side of the Iran-Iraq War packs a punch more

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Scott Wentworth's star-studded stage production makes effective transition to the big screen more

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Hulu series (available on Amazon Video here) based on Lawrence Wright’s book, is much better than previous attempts at documenting the lead-up to the tragedy more

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Kathleen Hepburn’s family drama – nominated for several Canadian Screen Awards – hits hard more

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Mark Pellington’s multi-character drama about grief and loss explores a very specific emotional space more

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