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Dog Eat Dog

A fleabag of a crime movie and pure, unadulterated, hard-R-don’t-give-a-damn Paul Schrader.

Certain Women

A quiet, female-focused triptych of tales that keeps its scope quite modest.

Julieta | NYFF 2016

Is this a new direction for Pedro Almodóvar, who has made excess the hallmark of his long career?

A Man Called Ove

The redemption of a Swedish Scrooge wields dark themes with a comic lightness. Don’t be surprised if you find a tear rolling down your cheek.

The Dressmaker

In a dusty, desolate corner of the world in the 1950s, Tilly Dunnage (Kate Winslet) is back for answers and revenge.

Goat

Based on the 2004 best-selling memoir by Brad Land, Goat is an account of college fraternity culture and the brutality of its hazing rituals.

Lion | Toronto 2016

Inspired by a real-life story, Lion is an intimate contemporary weepie with an epic sweep.

The Light Between Oceans

Behind the film’s sweeping vistas lies the spirit of a micromanager, an entity that does not trust us with our own emotions and wants to steer us firmly where it thinks they should lie.

A Tale of Love and Darkness

A lovely tribute to a great writer and his Jewish mother-muse.