Upstairs Downstairs

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Upstairs Downstairs

Bong Joon-ho's satirical Parasite stings for a full two hours.

 

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Oh Hell, It's Halloween Again?

Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson drive themselves (and us) cuckoo in The Lighthouse.

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Attack, Don't Settle, Never Apologize

Hard-hitting doc dissects the life and times of Roy Cohn, rightwing political fixer and enabler of America's greediest plutocrats.

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The Pain in Spain

Pain & Glory, Pedro Almodóvar's portrait of an artist, dazzles.

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He's the Human Tor-Nay-Duh!

Eddie Murphy socko as Rudy Ray Moore in Dolemite Is My Name.

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Walk a Mile in Their Shoes

Or more accurately, 3,500 miles, with the migrant family of Midnight Traveler.

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Phoenix Rising

Joker is one of this year’s most important films, and Joaquin Phoenix is the reason why.

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Punchin’ Judy Show

Renée Zellweger barely salvages maudlin Judy Garland biopic.

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Deep in the Heart of Tex-Mex

Les Blank's roots music docs border on the magnificent.

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The Kitchen Sink Chronicles

Angry young men (and women) of the British New Wave on display at BAMPFA.

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Deep Purple

Justin Chon's Ms. Purple follows up on the promise of his previous film Gook.

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Disaster in Outer Space

Is Ad Astra an outer space action adventure or an emotional family drama? How about neither?

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Don't Mess with Molly

Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins praises the late political columnist.

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Crazy Rich Europeans

Tale of literary lust Vita & Virginia is not exactly a page-turner.

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Front Runner

Brittany Runs a Marathon earns its warm-all-over feeling honestly.

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The Woman Who Knew Too Much

Keira Knightley vs. the Iraq War in Official Secrets

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Through a Glass Darkly

The documentary American Factory tells frustrating truths about jobs and work.

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This Is Not Berlin: It’s Not Y Tu Mamá También or Roma Either

Right setting, wrong approach in Mexican coming-of-ager.

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