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Jeune Femme (aka Montparnasse Bienvenüe) movie review: the heroine of her own life

Laetitia Dosch burns with a passionate anxiety in French writer-director Léonor Serraille’s debut, a clever, wise, wildly unsentimental portrait of…

Saving Brinton documentary review: the man with a mission to rescue a slice of cinema history

A charming tribute to one remarkably dedicated cinema fan and historian, and to his decades-long hard work to save an…

new and ongoing dvd & vod releases, US/Can, from May 15-18

A simple listing of new releases and other stuff currently available.

new and ongoing dvd & vod releases, UK/Ire, from May 14-18

A simple listing of new releases and other stuff currently available.

Revenge movie review: better served unhot

This rape-revenge action horror is solid as pure grindhouse exploitation. But the rendering of its rage-fueled female protagonist is too…

curated: has the Internet killed cultural criticism?

Signs point to yes.

is it wrong to see a ‘Quiet Place’ soundtrack album as wrong?

I mean, ya gonna listen to the score to remind you how quiet the movie is?

movies by or about women opening US/Can from Fri May 11

Elisabeth Moss, Saoirse Ronan, Mare Winningham, and Annette Bening take on Chekhov; Gemma Arterton runs away from her family; and…

movies by or about women opening UK/Ire from Thu May 10

A thriller about a real-life female Indian spy, a documentary about a Saudi woman who fights religious extremism, and more...

Anon movie review: brings a whole new meaning to ‘private eye’

This sci-fi riff on the end of privacy is not as provocative as it would like to be, and its…