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A curious, semi-supernatural concoction that splits the difference between a self-help-therapy satire and an early-Cronenberg creature feature.
In the roving, restlessly imaginative films of Arnaud Desplechin, everything is in flux and nothing is nailed down. Like Greek gods and goddesses fallen to earth, his characters rant and storm…
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A formally and thematically ambitious documentary that revisits the 1966 sniper shootings at the U. of Texas at Austin.
A well-acted and involving dramedy that takes a few too many facile turns en route to upbeat endings all around.
A highly eccentric, funny-sad tale of friendship and failure that occupies a curious space between inner-city realism and almost childlike myth.
Making the first of an expected six film appearances in 2016 alone, the ever-prolific, never-selective Nicolas Cage at least seems to be enjoying himself more than usual in "The Trust."
A two-hour online cat-video binge would yield as many "awws" and probably far more laughs than "Keanu," an initially amusing but fatally overstretched action-comedy.
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