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  • Through American eyes, Israeli writer-director Tom Shoval's tense and striking debut -- which smoothly flits between familial melodrama, psychological thriller, and socioeconomic allegory -- may trigger false foreshadowing of an...

  • 13 days ago | Film and TV

    Through American eyes, Israeli writer-director Tom Shoval's tense and striking debut — which smoothly flits between familial melodrama, psychological thriller, and socioeconomic allegory — may trigger false foreshadowing of an Elephant-style gun r...

  • Mary Agnes Donoghue -- the septuagenarian screenwriter who adapted Beaches and White Oleander -- hangs her second directorial effort (after 1991's Paradise) on some old-fashioned, disgustingly patriarchal values in this...

  • 1 month ago | Film and TV

    Mary Agnes Donoghue — the septuagenarian screenwriter who adapted Beaches and White Oleander — hangs her second directorial effort (after 1991's Paradise) on some old-fashioned, disgustingly patriarchal values in this shallow coming-out drama. A c...

  • The failings and dashed dreams of the Sixties Revolution are the undercurrent of writer-director Brad Coley's convoluted "Northern Gothic" mystery, a basic-cable-caliber drama in which tragic outsiders harbor obscured small-town secrets and the...

  • An ecologically mindful, character-driven drama in an isolated locale with creature-feature spooks, producer-director Jack Heller's brooding reinterpretation of a man-beast myth might seem fresher if Larry Fessenden's Wendigo and The...

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