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    Review: Katherine Waterston and Elisabeth Moss Triumph in Alex Ross Perry's 'Queen of Earth'

    The director of "Listen Up Philip" returns with a very different project. But it's the cast that truly stands out.

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    Review: 'Blunt Talk' Marks Another Grand Experiment for Jonathan Ames and Patrick Stewart

    In case you thought the former captain of the U.S.S. Enterprise couldn't carry an absurdist comedy from the creator of "Bored to Death," "Blunt Talk" is here to prove you very, very wrong.

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    Review: Joe Swanberg's 'Digging for Fire' Marks a New Stage in His Career

    Jake Johnson and Rosemarie DeWitt star in this unique tale that stands apart from Swanberg's other work.

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    Review: Taissa Farmiga and Ben Rosenfield Improvise the End of a Relationship in '6 Years'

    The director of "A Teacher" uses an improvisatory approach for her sophomore effort and her actors run with it.

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    Review: 'The Boy' is the Chilling Start to the Story of a Psychopath

    The childhood of a would-be lunatic is at the center of Craig Macneill's eerie thriller.

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    Review: Why 'American Ultra' Fails to Revitalize the Stoner Comedy

    Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart's chemistry elevates the ultra-violent action-comedy.

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    Memo to Distributors: Buy These 10 Movies from the 2015 Locarno Film Festival

    From a Greek comedy on a boat to a subversive tale set in an ultra-Orthodox Jewish community, here are some of best Locarno titles that still need homes in the U.S.

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    Review: 'Show Me a Hero' Parts 1 and 2 Masterfully Deliver a (Surprisingly) Gripping Tale

    This period miniseries doesn't feel so dated after a calculated start leads to a complicated conclusion in the first third of David Simon, William F. Zorzi and Paul Haggis' HBO drama.

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    Review: Xavier Dolan's Long-Awaited 'Tom at the Farm' is a Haunting Psychosexual Thriller

    It took two years for "Tom at the Farm" to make it stateside, but it was worth the wait.

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