The teen romance centers on a sheltered girl with an immune disorder and the boy who loves her.
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Eleanor Coppola follows a woman embracing her own desires during a trip through France.
This feature documentary dives deep into the themes explored in “The White Helmets.”
“The Long Haul” suffers from the absence of its hero’s nutty school chums.
Familiar set pieces are here, but this entry lacks the momentum and visual pow of 1979’s game-changer.
Azazel Jacobs’s chamber piece is both incisive and forgiving on the subject of fidelity.
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A U.S. soldier and an Iraqi sniper play a deadly — and cerebral — game of cat-and-mouse.
The British melodrama features a climax as brutal as it is ridiculous.
Goldie Hawn is largely wasted in a fitfully funny but generally pleasing mother-daughter comedy.
Cynthia Nixon gives a thrilling, funny and sad performance as the reclusive writer.
The documentary takes a piquant look at the New York Times’ obituary desk.
Guy Ritchie brings his trademark hyperkinetic style to the tale of the once and future king.
The fact-based drama features strong acting but keeps its audience at arm’s length.
The comedy-drama is about a grandmother, a mother and a son all living under one roof.
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The network got progressive with its 25-year-old award show, and several actors took the occasion to talk about some more serious subjects on stage.
The movie serves up an unappetizing menu of class anxiety, politics, mental illness and juvenile delinquency.
The worlds of finance and politics collide in Joseph Cedar’s delightful semi-screwball comedy.