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    Tribeca Review: Eddie Murphy Gives One His Best Performances in Bruce Beresford's Maudlin 'Mr. Church'

    The comedian delivers a welcome return to form in this strained spiritual sequel to "Driving Miss Daisy."

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    Ricky Gervais' 'Special Correspondents' Review: Netflix's Comedy Woes Continue

    Vera Farmiga and Eric Bana show strong comic chops, but this limp riff on "Wag the Dog" is barking up the wrong tree.

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    Tribeca Review: Prize-Winning Documentary 'Do Not Resist' Will Change Your Perspective on Police Militarization

    Craig Atkinson's portrait of an America riddled with SWAT teams and riot gear is a frightening look at a national problem.

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    Jenny Slate in 'My Blind Brother': A Winning Comedy That Sees the Good in Everyone (Tribeca Review)

    The actress leads an excellent cast in Sophie Goodhart's warm and witty directorial debut.

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    Tribeca Review: Demetri Martin's Award-Winning 'Dean' Is a Disarming Comedy About Loss

    The comedian's sweet directorial debut is one of the best and most bittersweet movies premiering at this year's fest.

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    'Men & Chicken' Review: Mads Mikkelsen Plays Against Type in Puzzling Comedy

    This is one of the stranger sets of brothers you'll see on screen.

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    Tribeca Review: Olivia Thirlby and Ben Feldman Have Commitment Issues in the Heartbreaking 'Between Us'

    Rafael Palacio Illingworth's dour relationship drama is too knowing and relatable to ignore.

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    James Franco's Movie Column: Why is Violence More Acceptable in Movies Than Sex?

    The dark fairy tale "Tale of Tales" provides Franco with a jumping-off point for broader questions about today's fantasy movies.

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    Tribeca Review: Nicolas Winding Refn Meets Jeff Nichols in Nutty Thriller 'Vincent N Roxxy'

    Zoë Kravitz and Emile Hirsch deliver career-best performances in this terse and moody meditation on violence.

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