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I Feel Pretty

Amy Schumer stars in a variation on the old body switcheroo comedy, playing a frumpy girl who thinks she's suddenly become the most beautiful woman in the world.

Lean on Pete

“Lean on Pete” is the wrenching story of a young man yearning for the simplest thing: to be loved and wanted, and return the same.

You Were Never Really Here

Star Joaquin Phoenix and filmmaker Lynne Ramsay give us a spare, haunting film that asks if brutal acts can make for a good man.

“Rampage” battles it out with “A Quiet Place”

The Dwayne Johnson video game adaptation muscles out a narrow win over the horror/thriller "A Quiet Place," with "Truth or Dare" also opening strong.

The Post

A good old-fashioned drama very much in the vein of “All the President’s Men” that extols those who risk much for the simple reward of telling the truth.

Indy Style — April 13

On this week's show, Chris reviews "Rampage," "Truth or Dare," "Foxtrot," "Beirut," "Finding Your Feet," "Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero" plus "The Greatest Showman" on video.

Truth or Dare

Kids Play a Deadly Game and Start to Die; Otherwise Known as the Adventures of Sweet One, Jerky Guy, Drinky Girl and the Rest of the Gang.

The Sound of Music (1965)

Sometimes movies just need time to mature before they're fully appreciated; the same goes for movie critics to appreciate them.