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This amazing funny/sad film about a teen floating through life has one of the most well-drawn characters we've seen in a while.
A vision of the American West as seen through the dream of foreigners, "Slow West" ambles between sharp verisimilitude and a trance-like wonder.
Melissa McCarthy's winning screen presence saves this spy spoof, which has several gut-busting laughs along with long stretches of dullness.
The story of a super-spy who decides she'd rather go to high school instead, "Barely Lethal" becomes the dumb teen movies it mocks.
The serious racial and class undertones make this far better than your average Disney sports movie.
The great Catherine Deneuve shines in this true-story tale of a disappeared French heiress and the lawyer/lover who may have killed her.
A fairly gripping tale of the heroin trade featured in "The French Connection" from a perspective across the Atlantic.
“San Andreas” can be enjoyed for what it is; a big-budget popcorn movie meant solely to offer a summer thrill ride.