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March 2019

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      Wonder Park

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      The first five minutes of Pixar's "Up" were brilliant, but they have a lot to answer for, because they encouraged animated filmmakers to reach for gut-punch twists that their movies don't always earn. Such is the case with "Wonder Park," a film...
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        Five Feet Apart

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        Take a breath. Take a deep breath. Those of us who have the luxury of taking breathing for granted get to choose when we think about drawing air into our lungs—to center our thoughts, to relax, to sing, to blow up a balloon, to run. For people...
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          The Mustang

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          A man of few words in a rural Nevada prison, convict Roman Coleman is unable to keep his temper in check in Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre’s sober and humanistic character study “The Mustang.” It is that severe lack of anger management...
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            Captive State

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            The thinking behind "Captive State" is admirable. The execution is far from that. Here is a thriller about an alien invasion that mostly avoids mass destruction and firefights. Instead, the story follows the humans on the ground, as they go through...
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              The Aftermath

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              If “Casablanca” famously told the story of a love triangle set against the backdrop of World War II, in which the star-crossed lovers realized that they needed to separate for the greater good because “the problems of three little...
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                The Eyes of Orson Welles

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                In making a feature-length documentary about director, actor and pop culture icon Orson Welles, Mark Cousins did not choose an easy path for himself. There are already many written biographies and long magazines pieces about Welles,...
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                  The Hummingbird Project

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                  What a strange bird this movie is. The title “The Hummingbird Project” refers to the millisecond it takes for a hummingbird’s wing to beat one time, I think. Or maybe it hints at the future home that coder Anton Zaleski (Alexander...
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                    Knife+Heart

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                    I was initially put off by the sometimes crass, sometimes glib tone of "Knife+Heart," a French period thriller that sometimes feels like a dumb tribute to Italian gialli, the kind of sleazy thrillers that (in the 1970s and 1980s)...
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                      Girl

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                      With its release date pushed back a couple of times (never a good sign), the Belgian film "Girl," a first feature from director Lukas Dhont, limps onto Netflix this week, covered in a cloud of controversy. It began with the news of Dhont's decision...
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                        Yardie

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                        “Yardie” tells the story of a Jamaican immigrant in London who becomes consumed with avenging the murder of his older brother. The title refers to the slang term for a Caribbean expatriate, usually of Jamaican origin. The film is the...