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Movie review: ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ is big eyes and big effects

But Alita isn’t typical in other ways. For one, she can slice apart a single falling tear with her ferocious battle sword. Those are the two sides brought up by “Alita: Battle Angel,” our film entry i... read more

Berlin Film Review: ‘Tremors’

The symbolism is clear enough: in church-bound Guatemala, where homosexuality is legal but still broadly taboo, the nature of this uncovered infidelity is a violent familial rupture. Bustamante ... read more

Film Review: Dive Headfirst Into the Uncanny Valley With Alita: Battle Angel

The film never feels more like a Robert Rodriguez movie than when the director gets to cut loose, liberally abusing the ability to tear the film’s androids apart with the same level of grisly inventio... read more

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Gully Boy Movie Review: Ranveer shines, Zoya paints hard-hitting picture of hardships, dreams and reality; debutant Siddhant is unmissable

The film reminded me of the viral picture of Mumbai that showed how one side of the city has sky-touching multistoreys while the other side is inhabited by the slum-dwellers. Don’t be surprised if you ... read more


Movie Review: 'Cold War' is an expertly done, bleakly ironic film

He’s playing a man in love with an illusion, a man who knows better but can’t tear himself away. Together, they are a couple dancing on the abyss, one made up of a broken Europe and their own misplace... read more

Reviews of the Oscar nominations for Best Animated Short Film

In the animated short film category, however, the nominees are much more consistent in their quality year-to-year. This year's nominees are great, for the most part, and there is legitimate competitio... read more

Review: Jean-Luc Godard’s ‘The Image Book’ is a searing essay on human violence

The apocalypse is here, Godard seems to be saying (not for the first time), and the doomsday spectacle that awaits us is not the Rapture so much as the Rupture ... s done with them yet. Movie news, sc... read more

Movie review: ‘Lego Movie 2’ is a big block party

Having achieved so loftily on Earth, the “LEGO Movie” franchise had nowhere to go but up - all ... a wonderfully sweet moral about the sibling love between Bianca and Finn set amongst a tear-inducing ... read more

‘Happy Death Day 2U’ Review: Jessica Rothe Delivers Another Killer Performance in this Pitch-Perfect Sequel

Did I shed a tear or two watching Happy Death Day 2U? I’ll never tell (I absolutely did). There’s a sweetness on display here that’s both disarmingly earnest, and unapologetically cute. It might not b... read more

Review: MCT opens big with ‘Beauty and the Beast’

The stage adaptation of the animated film by Linda Woolverton includes new songs by Alan ... gasped in awe at this big season opener with some adults wiping away a runaway tear. Belle’s father Maurice ... read more

Film review: 'Alita: Battle Angel' is big eyes and big effects [trailer]

But Alita isn't typical in other ways. For one, she can slice apart a single falling tear with her ferocious battle sword. Those are the two sides brought up by "Alita: Battle Angel," our film entry i... read more

Berlin Film Review: ‘Retrospekt’

The earlier version may ostensibly be a caregiver and the lynchpin of a stable family unit, but she has dark, unacknowledged instincts for which the film is not afraid to hold her to account ... read more



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