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“Never Rarely Sometimes Always” looks at a tough subject from the perspective of two girls.

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A driver for a package delivery service struggles to get by in “Sorry We Missed You.”

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Corneliu Porumboiu’s latest movie has sex and violence, but the Romanian director hasn’t yet sold out.

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There are some cinematic gems hidden in plain sight.

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Margo Martindale, June Squibb and Annette O’Toole star in this stylish crime-thriller.

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In “The Roads Not Taken,” a writer imagines the lives he might have lived.

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The romantic drama was inspired by the memoir of singer Jeremy Camp.

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The unnerving movie chronicles a young woman’s descent into extremes of self-harm.

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The movie about people hunting people isn’t political, just gruesomely, inanely violent.

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Comic book-inspired action thriller feels like a hodgepodge of other movies.

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You don’t just watch a Kelly Reichert film. You enter a kind of trance.

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The film is an auspicious debut for director Alex Thompson and writer/star Kelly O’Sullivan.

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“The Burnt Orange Heresy” centers on an art heist.

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Forest Whitaker and Garrett Hedlund star in the overly predictable but well-acted ‘Burden.’

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