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Review :: Viktoria

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 29
Writer-director Maya Vitkova's feature film debut "Viktoria" is a dense, complex film that takes a fantastical element -- a baby girl born without a navel -- and spins it into a lyrical and melancholic take on motherhood.

Review :: Papa: Hemingway in Cuba

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 29
There are nice period-specific affectations, but when you get down to it the movie has a hollow core puffed by little more than hot air.

Review :: Mother's Day

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 29
This harmless bit of fluff from the once-formidable Garry Marshall brims with B-list movie stars and formerly A-list TV actors. Oh, and Julia Roberts.

Review :: The Man Who Knew Infinity

By Roger Walker-Dack | Apr 29
This well-meaning biopic about a lowly Indian clerk who is a self-taught math genius sadly does not add up to much.

Review :: Sacrifice

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 29
Horror fans of the "Small Town With Secrets" genre will eat up the Peter A. Dowling-directed screen version of Sharon Bolton's novel.

Review :: Dough

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 29
The ancient rivalry between the French and the British seems to be finding new life in a competition over who can make the funnier film about bakers lacing their product with cannabis. That's to our advantage: This UK film is hot and fresh.

Review :: Viva

By Roger Walker-Dack | Apr 29
"Viva" was Ireland's official submission for a Nomination for a Best Foreign Picture Academy Award, a remarkable and well-deserved achievement for this powerful LGBT drama.

Review :: Brief Encounter

By Jake Mulligan | Apr 28
Any film that contends with the subject of a marital affair will also have to contend with the reputation of "Brief Encounter."

Review :: The Revenant

By Louise Adams | Apr 28
Based on the true story of a fur trapper abandoned in the 1820s, "The Revenant" won three Oscars. Does all that gold make it worth owning the Blu?

Review :: High-Rise

By Noe Kamelamela | Apr 28
The glossy sheen of brand new condos and move-in parties of young urban professionals give way to a barely contained spiral into dystopia in an adaptation of JG Ballard's novel of the same name.

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