“Capernaum” looks at life in Beirut through the eyes of a world-weary child.
Bubbling controversies surrounding the film may owe more to generational tastes than anything else.
Despite a great central performance, this dark exercise in L.A. noir collapses under its own weight.
Seven writers argue for their favorites.
Like last year’s Oscar winner, “If Beale Street Could Talk” connects you to its characters in a deep, even mystical way.
Adam McKay’s follow-up to ‘The Big Short’ offers a frenetic take on the former veep.
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“Shoplifters” seems playful at first but becomes something darker.
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