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Heddy Honigmann’s documentary examines the profound connection we make with dogs and the limited time they have with us Read more

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After nearly a quarter century, Pixar's flagship franchise cleverly ponders whether its movies are for children or for the adults who've grown up watching them Read more

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The cancelled Netflix show lets Krysten Ritter’s superpowered PI be herself in all her bullheaded, resourceful, pissed-off glory Read more

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Martin Scorsese mixes fact and fantasy in this doc, but the trove of beautifully restored 16mm footage with new and archival interviews is delightful Read more

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Jim Jarmusch’s often explosively funny zombie movie isn’t scary, but it’s as deadpan as they come Read more

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Writer/star Mindy Kaling’s workplace comedy looks at the growing pains that come with Hollywood’s slow pivot through a new climate Read more

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Patricia Rozema's film adaptation of Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava's award-winning two-hander is funny, moving and fully cinematic Read more

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Madeleine Olnek directs a superb Molly Shannon in a funny and touching film that’s anything but a stuffy biopic Read more

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Japanese director Ryûsuke Hamaguchi's follow-up to Happy Hour captures the rhythms of everyday life in absorbing detail Read more

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The fashion icon's story isn't that complex or mysterious, but half a century later, the clothes still look splendid Read more

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In Netflix's Always Be My Maybe, Ali Wong and Randall Park give Asian-Americans a movie we can relate to, which Crazy Rich Asians failed to do. Read more

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Tasha Hubbard’s doc focuses on the ensuing trial, the effect on Boushie’s family and a legal system that allowed an all-white jury to validate an Indigenous man’s death Read more

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More a jukebox musical than a simple biopic of Elton John, Dexter Fletcher's film takes big stylistic risks and refuses to pussyfoot around its material Read more

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Diamantino

Kino Lorber

Gabriel Abrantes and Daniel Schmidt's midnight movie reflects back this surreal moment when the world is simultaneously becoming more closed off and more open Read more

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Even though the film offers the requisite career arc checklist, the Canadian singer/songwriter offers lots of insights into his music and life Read more

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Documentary profiles a group of girls of colour pushing social justice and radical change Read more

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Frédéric Tcheng's documentary about the outsized fashion personality is a celebration of a singular sartorial vision Read more

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When They See Us

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The four-part Netflix miniseries digs deep into the tragic and infuriating story behind the Central Park Five Read more

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Olivier Assayas’s latest isn’t as metaphysical as his recent films, but it features great performances and delves into tricky issues of morality and responsibility Read more

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Director Ralph Fiennes uses an ingenious storytelling device and pulls of a daring mid-picture stylistic shift without losing a step Read more

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