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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

‘Destined’: Film Review

The central character in Qasim Basir's drama 'Destined' is seen living two very different parallel lives. read more Powered by WPeMatico

‘Newton’: Film Review

India's Oscar hopeful 'Newton' is a political satire about a bureaucrat whose mission is to conduct free and fair elections in a tribal backwater.read more Powered by WPeMatico
Barbara Kopple's documentary 'A Murder in Mansfield' focuses on Collier Landry, whose father murdered his mother when he was a young boy. read more Powered by WPeMatico
Wonder Woman bails out a battle-fatigued Batman and Superman in 'Justice League,' Warner Bros.' latest DC Comics-derived extravaganza.read more Powered by WPeMatico
A 10-year-old tomboy in a rural Indian village wants a guitar in Rima Das’ slice-of-life tale, 'Village Rockstars.'read more Powered by WPeMatico
Lien Yi-chi transplants the Korean thriller 'A Hard Day' to Malaysia in the glossy 'Peace Breaker.'read more Powered by WPeMatico
Catherine Deneuve and Diane Kruger play a mother and daughter caught in spiral of violence in writer-director Thierry Klifa's new feature 'All That Divides Us.'read more Powered by WPeMatico
Rajkummar Rao ('Newton') plays the cold-blooded British terrorist Omar Sheikh, famed for kidnappings, financing 9/11 and the murder of American journalist Daniel Pearl, in Hansal Mehta’s thriller 'Omerta.'read more Powered by WPeMatico
A frustrated fairgrounds huckster grooms his teenage daughter to become a pop singer in 'Crater,' winner of the special jury prize in Tokyo. read more Powered by WPeMatico

‘Wonder’: Film Review

A boy with a craniofacial disorder ventures beyond the cocoon of homeschooling in 'Wonder,' a family drama starring Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson and Jacob Tremblay.read more Powered by WPeMatico