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Foods Rush In: Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent

Star-studded biodoc tries to explain the celebrity chef and succeeds, in its way.

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Chasing Trane to Find a Love Supreme

Doc explains the meaning of jazz saxophone icon John Coltrane.

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Once Upon a Time in Turkey: The Promise

Hard-hitting drama puts the Armenian Genocide in a cinematic frame.

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Norman: Have I Got a Deal for You

Richard Gere outdoes himself as a classic urban character.

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Mad Dogs and Englishmen in The Lost City of Z

Up the Amazon with director James Gray's ripping yarn.

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Cezanne et Moi: Bohemian Threnody

So-so French drama can't stir up much enthusiasm for famous painter and author.

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What Was That All About?: Colossal

Anne Hathaway runs amok, attacks South Korea.

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The Assignment: Don't Touch My Junk

Action vet helmer Walter Hill flubs gender-switch shoot-em-up.

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It’s Alive! It’s Alive!: Our Film Critic Previews The 60th San Francisco International Film Festival

The festival opens today, April 5.

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I'll Get My Life Together, After the Storm

Hirokazu Kore-eda's family character study is a marvel to behold.

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For Here or To Go?: The Big Bungle Theory

Immigrant sitcom is neither funny nor serious enough.

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Terrence Malick's Song to Song, aka Blah Blah Land

How can you make a movie with Ryan Gosling, Rooney Mara, Natalie Portman, Michael Fassbender, and Cate Blanchett that turns out such a bloody bore? Ask Terrence Malick.

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Middle-Age Crazy with Wilson

Woody Harrelson and Laura Dern remind us of why we've always liked them.

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Raw: There Will Be Blood

Thinking of becoming a veterinarian? Think again.

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Cardinal X Is Hardly Ecstatic

But Angie Wang's college-drug-dealer drama could have been worse.

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Don't Monkey Around with Kong: Skull Island

Is the giant ape working for the Viet Cong?

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Ave María!: Les Dames du Bois de Boulogne

Robert Bresson and María Casares are out for revenge.

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Best Friends Forever, But Donald Cried

You can’t go home again.

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Revolution: More Modern Than You’ll Ever Be

Presenting the innovative visual artists of the Russian revolution.

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The Sweet Sadness of My Life as Zucchini

French animation’s simplicity is a virtue.

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