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THE RIDER: A SLEEPER…

Simplicity is not in vogue among today’s filmmakers, but The Rider is so consistently good that it has wowed critics and…

A QUIET PLACE: WHERE…

I don’t enjoy horror films for the most part but I was glued to the screen for A Quiet Place,…

CHAPPAQUIDDICK: HISTORY MADE HUMAN

Even if you aren’t old enough to remember the sensational incident that inspired this movie, Chappaquiddick offers a fascinating portrait of…

‘DOWNSIZING’ OFFERS BIG REWARDS

Downsizing is one of my favorite films this year. I am an unabashed admirer of Alexander Payne and his writing…

PHANTOM THREAD: AN ODD…

This is a very strange movie, as one might intuit from its odd title. Paul Thomas Anderson is nothing…

THE POST: START THE…

There is never a bad time to be reminded of the importance of a free press, but Steven Spielberg…

DARKEST HOUR: HISTORY IN…

It’s easy to portray Winston Churchill in a heroic light with the benefit of hindsight. Darkest Hour reveals how isolated he…

COCO: CELEBRATING A COLORFUL…

Pixar movies always look good, but Coco is in a class by itself. Ablaze with eye-popping color, every widescreen frame is…

VICTORIA & ABDUL: A…

James Barrie defined the word ‘charm’ by writing, “If you have it, you don’t need to have anything else;…

KINGSMEN: FOOLS GOLD

For Matthew Vaughn, too much is never enough. Excess, hand-in-hand with bad taste, marks most of his films, even…

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