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Don't Think I've Forgotten: Cambodia's Lost Rock and Roll

A doc not just for music aficionados, but a transcendent reminder that art matters

Josh Kupecki, Review, Jun. 18, 2015


Peppy caper film features unusual characters: black high school geeks

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Jun. 18, 2015

Inside Out

Audacity is matched by artistry in the latest Pixar crowd-pleaser

Kimberley Jones, Review, Jun. 18, 2015

The Wolfpack

This doc makes us privy to a family that's like none we've ever seen before

Marc Savlov, Review, Jun. 18, 2015

Jurassic World

Bigger isn’t necessarily better

Marc Savlov, Review, Jun. 11, 2015

Live From New York!

Forty years of a landmark show should yield more than an 82-minute doc

Kimberley Jones, Review, Jun. 11, 2015

Sunshine Superman

BASE-jumping trailblazer Carl Boenish is the subject of this doc tribute

Josh Kupecki, Review, Jun. 11, 2015

Insidious: Chapter 3

The original screenwriter of the horror franchise assumes the direction of this supernatural prequel

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Jun. 11, 2015

Beyond the Mask

Christian swashbuckler changes the storytelling mode but not the message

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Jun. 11, 2015

Good Kill

Ethan Hawke pilots drones over Afghanistan from a trailer in the Nevada desert

Steve Davis, Review, Jun. 11, 2015


Cameron Crowe parks this rom-com in Hawaii

Steve Davis, Review, Jun. 4, 2015


In this feature spin on the HBO show, it's still boys beings bros, only the screen is bigger

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Jun. 4, 2015

Love & Mercy

Paul Dano anchors an ambitious vision of the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson

William Goss, Review, Jun. 4, 2015

I'll See You in My Dreams

Blythe Danner is exquisite as a 70-year-old widow entering the dating fray

Kimberley Jones, Review, Jun. 4, 2015

The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed out the Window and Disappeared

A bestselling Swedish novel jumps to screen with inevitable Forrest Gump comparisons

Josh Kupecki, Review, Jun. 4, 2015


The Paul Feig/Melissa McCarthy comedy onslaught continues with a Bond parody

Marc Savlov, Review, Jun. 4, 2015

When Marnie Was There

Will this ghost story be the final film from animation powerhouse Studio Ghibli?

Marc Savlov, Review, Jun. 4, 2015

San Andreas

This is how the world ends, not with a bang, but with a guffaw

Marc Savlov, Review, May. 28, 2015


They're here … again. But why?

William Goss, Review, May. 28, 2015

The Connection

The French-made Connection owes much to The French Connection

Josh Kupecki, Review, May. 28, 2015

Félix & Meira

A Hasidic wife and a nonreligious man find love together in Montreal

Steve Davis, Review, May. 28, 2015

The Human Centipede III (Final Sequence)

Did anyone really ask for a third helping of this stomach-turning provocation?

Marc Savlov, Review, May. 28, 2015


Indie filmmaker Andrew Bujalski enlists Guy Pearce and others for his new movie

Kimberley Jones, Review, May. 28, 2015

Saint Laurent

The celebrated fashion designer is tracked from 1967 to his death in 2008 in this live-action biopic

Kimberley Jones, Review, May. 21, 2015

Slow West

A whimsical and wistful fable follows a young romantic and a hard-nosed realist out West

William Goss, Review, May. 21, 2015


Seeming more like a calculation than a flight of fancy, this adventure tale has both hits and misses

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, May. 21, 2015

5 Flights Up

Morgan Freeman and Diane Keaton play a long-married couple who consider moving from their apartment

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, May. 21, 2015

The Unwanted

Sheridan Le Fanu's vampire story Carmilla is given a Southern Gothic edge

Marc Savlov, Review, May. 21, 2015

In the Name of My Daughter

The Affaire Le Roux, a famous missing-person case, is the subject of this French drama

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, May. 21, 2015

Hot Pursuit

Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara are on the run

Steve Davis, Review, May. 14, 2015


In one of his final films, doc legend Albert Maysles profiles fashion maven Iris Apfel

Kimberley Jones, Review, May. 14, 2015

Lambert & Stamp

Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp were two would-be filmmakers who wound up managing the Who

Marc Savlov, Review, May. 14, 2015

Mad Max: Fury Road

Glorious action cinema abounds on Fury Road

Marc Savlov, Review, May. 14, 2015

Pitch Perfect 2

Lightning may not be rebottled the second time around, but it's still a toe-tapping good time

William Goss, Review, May. 14, 2015

Where Hope Grows

A sinner finds redemption with the help of a a young man with Down syndrome

Josh Kupecki, Review, May. 14, 2015

Arlo & Julie

Steve Mims concocts a mischievous story about a happy, if rudderless Austin couple

Kimberley Jones, Review, May. 7, 2015

The D Train

Jack Black stars in this unorthodox comedy about a high school reunion

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, May. 7, 2015

Far From the Madding Crowd

This Thomas Hardy adaptation is a reflection of our times

Kimberley Jones, Review, May. 7, 2015

Welcome to Me

Kristen Wiig stars in this odd comedy about a mentally unbalanced woman

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, May. 7, 2015

The Salt of the Earth

The amazing work of photographer Sebastião Salgado is scrutinized in this doc

Josh Kupecki, Review, Apr. 30, 2015

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