Parent-oriented reviews of what’s on big screens and little screens right now.

  • Common Sense Media
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Eric D. Howell smartly executes whispers of the suspense-genre icon in his first feature film.

Documentary tracks the stormy career of the man who made Chez Panisse what it was.

The documentary looks at the 1982 massacre in Guatemala committed by a unit of the country’s special forces.

The documentary proves that the jazz saxophonist’s music still speaks to audiences today.

  • Pat Padua
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Sexual chemistry, in this searingly sensual drama, never feels like performance.

  • Christopher Kompanek
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Actress Katherine Heigl lacks the key to a crazy ex-wife: The look that strikes terror.

  • Pat Padua
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  • Apr 20
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This dark drama doesn’t feature the kind of sparkling vampires found in the “Twilight” films.

  • Alan Zilberman
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  • Apr 20
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Food documentary shows the wide range of traditions and backgrounds in Israel.

This World War I-set melodrama stars Oscar Isaac, Christian Bale and Charlotte Le Bon.

  • Mark Jenkins
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  • Apr 20
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The drama is based — quite loosely — on the life of British explorer Percy Fawcett.

The stakes get lower as the body count rises in ‘Free Fire,’ a trigger-happy ‘Ten Little Indians.’

Both artists sought to break open the formal languages of their respective forms.

Disneynature doc takes viewers to remote and breathtaking wildernesses.

  • Jane Horwitz
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  • Apr 20
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The Disney nature documentary has gorgeous vistas and moments of peril.

  • Common Sense Media
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  • Apr 20
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‘Fate’ has lots of over-the-top, consequence-free action and is best for teens.

  • Common Sense Media
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  • Apr 13
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Two old friends come together to say goodbye in this somber Spanish drama.

Father-and-son links pioneers Old Tom and Young Tom Morris are subject of quiet drama.

Romanian director Cristian Mungiu skillfully evokes both drabness and dread.

The eighth installment delivers clunky dialogue and spectacular action.

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