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  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 18, 2019

    REVIEW: ANDREW GARFIELD GETS LOST IN THE L.A. NOIR PUZZLES OF 'UNDER THE SILVER LAKE'

    In the cheerfully muddled L.A. noir “Under the Silver Lake,” Sam , a young slacker-sleuth trying to find a missing woman, gets sprayed...

    Fiction, Andrew Garfield, Reviews, Review, Animation
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 18, 2019

    REVIEW: GINA RODRIGUEZ AND GAL PALS ARE THE REAL DELIGHT IN NETFLIX MOVIE ‘SOMEONE GREAT'

    Netflix's “Someone Great” is equally suited for a pre-Saturday night or a Sunday morning in sweats. While this debut film from “Sweet/Vicious”...

    Reviews, Review
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 18, 2019

    REVIEW: ‘RED JOAN' PRESENTS JUDI DENCH IN A MORALLY COMPLEX ROLE

    “Red Joan” is a traditional production, polished as brass and as old-school diverting as a film starring Judi Dench and directed by...

    Reviews, Judi Dench, Review
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 18, 2019

    REVIEW: ELISABETH MOSS GALVANIZES IN THE BRILLIANT PUNK PSYCHODRAMA ‘HER SMELL'

    You may not see a better movie with a worse title this year than “Her Smell.” Scratch that, actually; the title's perfect. It's the...

    The Rock, Reviews, Review
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 18, 2019

    TERRENCE MALICK, PEDRO ALMODÓVAR AND IRA SACHS FILMS JOIN THE 72ND CANNES FILM FESTIVAL LINEUP

    To hear it from the most vocal complainers in attendance, last year's Festival de Cannes was an event of unforgivable scarcity. There...

    Streaming, Streamings, Hollywood, Cannes Film Festival, Cannes, Festivals, Pedro Almodóvar, Festival
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 17, 2019

    REVIEW: PENNY LANE'S ‘HAIL SATAN?' OFFERS CHEEKY INSIGHT INTO THE SATANIC TEMPLE

    What happens when an intended one-off publicity stunt escalates into a full-blown movement? The undeniably enticing answer can be found...

    Reviews, Review, Documentary
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 17, 2019

    REVIEWS: DOCS ‘SATAN & ADAM,' ‘BREAKING HABITS' AND ‘CATCHING SIGHT OF THELMA & LOUISE'

    'Satan & Adam' The oddball musical bromance between a black Mississippi-born blues singer and a Jewish grad school dropout who met...

    Reviews, Music, Musical, Review
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 17, 2019

    REVIEW: TAYLOR SCHILLING DISCOVERS CRAZY IS THE NEW SANE IN THE COMEDY ‘FAMILY'

    In her directorial debut, Laura Steinel uses Juggalo subculture as inspiration for her comedy “Family,” which serves as a double coming-of-age...

    Review, Reviews, Comedy, Family
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 17, 2019

    REVIEW: EVALUATING OSCAR WINNER ‘GET OUT YOUR HANDKERCHIEFS' 40 YEARS LATER

    Forty years on, Bertrand Blier's Oscar-winning French sex comedy “Get Out Your Handkerchiefs,” in which a frustrated husband seeks...

    Reviews, Review, Comedy, Oscar, Oscars
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 17, 2019

    REVIEW: THE MEDIEVAL HORROR OF ‘HAGAZUSSA' UNSETTLES AS IT BEGUILES

    In the first segment of the four-part supernatural horror film “Hagazussa,” a 15th century Austrian farm girl named Albrun watches...

    Reviews, Horror, Review
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 17, 2019

    ‘THE WIND' DIRECTOR EMMA TAMMI ON HER SUPERNATURAL WESTERN HORROR FILM

    Somewhere in the vast and promising territories of the Great American West circa 1890, the quiet life led by self-sufficient frontierswoman...

    Western, Horror
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 17, 2019

    REVIEW: IN THE ARRESTING ‘LITTLE WOODS,' TESSA THOMPSON AND LILY JAMES GET SCRAPPY

    Female filmmakers, including Kelly Reichardt and Chloé Zhao , are currently making some of the most uniquely observed and trenchant...

    Features, Reviews, Review, Feature
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 17, 2019

    TESSA THOMPSON ON VALKYRIE'S ‘AVENGERS: ENDGAME' WHEREABOUTS AND CAPTAIN MARVEL SHIPPERS

    When Marvel Studios revealed 32 character posters in promotion of the upcoming "Avengers: Endgame," the highly-anticipated follow-up...

    War
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 17, 2019

    ‘STAR WARS' FANS KEEP FUELING THE FORCE AS DISNEY EXPANDS THE GALAXY FAR, FAR, AWAY

    A few days ago in a galaxy not so far away, an estimated 65,000 “ Star Wars ” fans from across the globe quested their way to the biggest...

    War
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 17, 2019

    REVIEW: IRISH INDIE ‘LOST & FOUND' WILL MAKE YOU SMILE

    The notion that what is lost will be found has a biblical ring to it, but the charming, gently amusing Irish film “Lost & Found” says...

    Reviews, Review
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 17, 2019

    REVIEW: ETHAN HAWKE DELIVERS YET ANOTHER STRONG PERFORMANCE IN HEIST DRAMA ‘STOCKHOLM'

    Anybody wondering where the phrase “Stockholm syndrome” originated, much less what it means (hostages who come to sympathize with their...

    Review, Reviews, Drama
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 17, 2019

    NEW ON ON-DEMAND AND VIDEO PICKS: ‘THE KID WHO WOULD BE KING,' A GENRE-BENDING COMEDY

    New on Blu-ray “The Kid Who Would Be King” (20th Century Fox DVD, $29.98; Blu-ray, $34.99; 4K, $39.99; also available on VOD) Eight...

    VOD, Comedy, Blu-ray, Action, Features, DVD, Feature, Kid, Kids
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 16, 2019

    REVIEW: BJÖRK STARS IN NIETZCHKA KEENE'S RARELY SEEN FILM ‘THE JUNIPER TREE'

    At the very least, watching Nietzchka Keene's haunting Icelandic fairy tale “The Juniper Tree” can cause your sense of time to fall...

    Reviews, Review
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 16, 2019

    ‘AVENGERS: ENDGAME' LEAKED FOOTAGE PROMPTS MARVEL FANS TO LEAVE SOCIAL MEDIA

    Leaked footage of Marvel's highly guarded “Avengers: Endgame” has prompted spoiler-averse fans to retreat from social media. The long-awaited...

    Theaters, Theater, Superheros, Box Office, Superhero
  • By Los Angeles Times   -   Apr 16, 2019

    REVIEW: CHRISSY METZ POWERS MEDICAL MIRACLE DRAMA ‘BREAKTHROUGH'

    In the growing faith-based film industry, movies inspired by the true stories of medical miracles are ideal film fodder. They're more...

    Review, Reviews, Drama, Fiction