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“Blade Runner 2049” is a perfect replication of originality
 

Though it does not try to reinvent the wheel, Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2049 is an idiosyncratic, ...

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“Junkhead” is impressive animation but falls short in the narrative
 

Francesca Amoroso saw the wildly inventive dystopian short Junkhead at Raindance Film Fest and found lots to ...

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“The Family I Had” is a harrowing look at one family’s disturbing past
 

Francesca Amoroso reviews The Family I Had, the heartrending documentary that’s been causing a storm a...

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“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” is a big, brash, step backwards
 

Matthew Wilson finds a lot to like in Kingsman: The Golden Circle, but is it enough to shuck Hollywood’...

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