The Outpost is a superbly crafted war film that shrewdly balances themes of effective leadership with harrowing battle scenes.
Fatal Affair is chaste thriller that fails to deliver the sort of lurid, trashy, entertainment the genre can deliver.
Rebuilding Paradise delivers a visceral cinema verité look at the wildfires that devastated a California town, and the town’s effort to rebuild.
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The Painted Bird is a reprehensible picture that fetishizes misery in the service of little more than emotional manipulation.
The Old Guard is led by the ever excellent Charlize Theron and a strong supporting cast that showcases a smart take on IP action material.
Greyhound is an effective detail-obsessed war film carried by a strong central performance from Tom Hanks.
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Hamilton is the greatest filmed stage show ever, and serves as a universal showcase for the musical’s brilliant wit and unforgettable music.
Desperados is more noteworthy for its behind-the-scenes drama than its storytelling, but leads Nasim Pedrad…