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Never Rarely: Autumn in New York

You don’t know what you’ve been missing until it’s in front of you. This year was shaping up to be a historic year for...

Portrait of a Lady: Hint from Héloïse

Today’s film-school term is “male gaze.” Developed in the 1970s by British film theorist Laura Mulvey, this idea holds that movies are made from...

Film Shorts

OPENING  Big Time Adolescence (R) This comedy stars Griffin Gluck as a teenager whose older best friend (Pete Davidson) starts to become a bad influence...

Swallow: Choking Hazard

Swallow is the first outing as a solo feature filmmaker for writer-director Carlo Mirabella-Davis (who co-directed the documentary The Swell Season), and I'm not...

Emma.: Make Me a Match

A few months ago, I mused about how new generations have new versions of Little Women to pick over. Why not do the same...

Traitor: Deep Six Mafia

I’ve always admired informants. A lot of people don’t. They call them rats and stool pigeons. They say “snitches get stitches.” It’s true, many...

Film Shorts

OPENING  Baaghi 3 (NR) Tiger Shroff reprises his role from the first two Indian action-thrillers, here traveling to war-torn Syria to kill everyone involved with...

Invisible Man: Evidence of Things Not Seen

In 1932, Rouben Mamoulian adapted Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde into a film. Robert Louis Stevenson’s science-fiction novel had already been made into at...

Film Shorts

OPENING  Corpus Christi (NR) Not a film about the Texas city, this Polish drama nominated for the Oscar for Best International Film stars Bartosz Bielenia...

Seberg: Jean in a Bottle

At the tail end of last year, Seberg was given a pro forma release in New York to make it eligible for the Oscars....