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<i>I Am Not Your Negro</i>

I Am Not Your Negro

Raoul Peck’s documentary brings James Baldwin’s words to an America that needs to listen.
Raoul Peck’s documentary brings James Baldwin’s words to an America that needs to listen.

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<i>Fifty Shades Darker</i>

Fifty Shades Darker

America gets the boundary pushing lifestyle porn it deserves
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<i>Split</i>

Split

James McAvoy slays in M. Night Shymalan’s Comeback
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<i>The Comedian </i>

The Comedian

Robert De Niro proves dying is easy in this misbegotten mess.
In 1983, Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese followed up their epochal collaboration Raging Bull with The King of Comedy. De Niro played Rupert

<i>Paterson</i>

Paterson

Adam Driver leads Jim Jarmusch’s quiet masterpiece
Adam Driver leads Jim Jarmusch's spiritual sequel to Mystery Train

<i> Silence</i>

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Cultures clash in Martin Scorsese’s epic of Christianity in feudal Japan
Cultures clash in Martin Scorsese’s epic of Christianity in feudal Japan

<i>Jackie</i>

Jackie

Natalie Portman’s stunning, relevant performance elevates Jackie.
When Jackie was being filmed in early 2016, few could have predicted how relevant it would be in 2017. The film, starring Natalie Portman

<i>Hidden Figures</i>

Hidden Figures

Taraji P. Henson leads a talented cast in the story of NASA’s unsung heroes
Taraji deserves better. Hidden Figures is about a lot of things. It's the story of three African-American women: Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer), Mary Jackson

2016:  The Year In Film

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Yes, Gods Of Egypt Was That Bad.
I'll try to be polite about this: 2015 was a banner year for film. 2016 was not. It was a year when bad decisions

<i>La La Land</i>

La La Land

Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling dazzle in a musical masterpiece
Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling dazzle in a musical masterpiece

<i>Free In Deed</i>

Free In Deed

The acclaimed, made-in-Memphis drama makes its theatrical debut
The acclaimed, made-in-Memphis drama makes its theatrical debut.

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