'Blindspotting' Is One of the Most Important Movies of the Year

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'Blindspotting' Is One of the Most Important Movies of the Year

Written by and starring Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal, the film presents Oakland's finest.

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You Won't Be Able to Take Your Eyes Off of 'Unfriended: Dark Web'

In this summer thriller, bad people are watching everything we do.

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Bruce LaBruce Returns with 'The Misandrists'

If you have the stomach for it, the rebellious squalor is liberating.

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'Whitney' Houston Documentary Is Sincere, Worshipful, and Worthwhile

Fans will eat it up, but there's substance for even skeptical viewers.

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‘Sorry to Bother You’ Is the Rarest of Satires

Boots Riley’s feature debut is a nimble, imaginative bucket of social indignation.

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'The Most Unknown' Is the Most Intelligent Documentary of 2018

This meeting of scientific minds comes from Vice Media.

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Nouveau Western 'Damsel' Feels Slow and Predictable

Starring Robert Pattinson and Mia Wasikowska, the film delivers few of its promised laughs.

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‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ Will Make You Squirm

Darkness and ambiguity abound in the Mexican border drug war sequel.

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'Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist' Feels Like an Infomercial

A look at fashion designer Dame Vivienne Westwood, who dressed Johnny Rotten.

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Timely Remake 'SuperFly' Is Better Than It Needs to Be

The dialogue could arguably be called smart and the characterization complex.

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Retrospective of Italian Filmmaker Michelangelo Antonioni Comes to BAMPFA

See why he's the restless modernist.

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Strangeness Falls Short in ‘Hereditary’

Toni Collette goes nuts in the messed-up family horror flick.

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'Filmworker' a Trove of Stanley Kubrick Lore

The new documentary tells the unsung story of Kubrick's right-hand man, Leon Vitali.

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‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’ Shows Deeper Side of Mister Rogers

The new documentary presents a Fred Rogers as warm and generous as his onscreen persona.

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'Solo: A Star Wars Story' Tarnishes Legacy of Rogue Hero

It looks like garbage and is no fun at all.

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Willem Dafoe Narrates Vague Eco-Spiritualism in ‘Mountain’

It’s hard to overcome the film’s hypocrisy.

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Unfunny, Misogynist Anti-Superhero Returns in 'Deadpool 2'

The movie treats audiences to more lazy writing and idiot-appeasing offensiveness.

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'The House of Tomorrow' Delivers Indie Mope-Fest

The film promises punk rock but feels dreadfully quirk-heavy.

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