Somehow, the thrills are dampened in this portrayal of a famous double axe murder.
It’s not the most organized documentary, but the message is clear: Vote or else.
It feels urgent and rebellious.
The documentary reveals how Yayoi Kusama became the best-selling living female artist in the world.
There are some positives, but not many.
Paula Eiselt’s documentary shows what happens when a Brooklyn woman does the right thing.
Emily Mortimer plays a dedicated bookworm in this literary character study.
It's a lame, gothic snipe hunt.
The film tells the riveting true story of Gabriel Buchmann wandering through East Africa.
Another episode in Nick Hornby's world.
It plays out like a poor soap opera.
It's pretty grim.
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