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‘Flee’ review: From Kabul to Copenhagen

“Home — what does it mean to you?” That’s the question that hovers over “Flee,” Jonas Poher Rasmussen’s piercing animated documentary about a high school friend of his who emigrated from…

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‘House of Gucci’ review: Murder dressed with Italian flair

Adam Driver is relatively restrained as Maurizio, who as a law student meets Patrizia Reggiani at a party, where she charmingly mistakes him for a bartender.
 

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‘Spencer’ review: Prisoner of the House of Windsor

“Spencer,” described by its director, Pablo Larraín, as “a fable from a true tragedy,” is all of the above and also a fact-inspired drama about Diana, Princess of Wales, played with grit and grace…

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'The French Dispatch' review: Remember magazines?

Ever since it showed up in Cannes this past summer, 'The French Dispatch' has been described as “a love letter to journalism.”

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‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’ Review: Fall from grace

Showalter’s film shares its title and its plot with a 2000 documentary by Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato, and also sympathy for its subject. Tammy Faye (who died in 2007) may have been an over-…

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‘Cry Macho’ Review: The Good, the Bad and the Poultry

Mike Milo is a former rodeo rider and horse trainer — an ornery old cuss with a complicated past and a soft spot for children and animals. He’s a grouch but also a professional, with a deep…

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