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Silence is a stunning and subtle examination of faith

You know him, I know him. Martin Scorsese needs no introduction. “Silence” is the product of a 25 year-long production period — a passion...

Anthony Weiner has a funny last name. Now that we have...

“Weiner” is a 2016 documentary directed by Josh Kriegman and Elyse Steinberg about Anthony Weiner’s turbulent run for New York City mayor in 2013....

“Birth of a Nation” is a flawed, but mesmerizing film

Generally, film reviews are pretty standard: A writer gives an argument for why a certain film is worth watching or not, and then rates...

Herzog’s new documentary explores the digital world

Over the last few decades, German director Werner Herzog has been making some of the most compelling documentaries of our era — documentaries which...

The confounding elegance of Frank Ocean’s “Endless”

This summer saw the release of not one, but two albums by elusive alt R-and-B artist Frank Ocean. Initially releasing “Endless,” the audiovisual album,...

More of a minor disagreement really

In the comic version of “Civil War,” Captain America (Chris Evans) ends up imprisoned and the Avengers are disbanded. While a polarizing storyline at...

“Ratchet and Clank”: The hour-and-a-half long commercial

This movie is a promotion for the 2016 “Ratchet and Clank” game, and both the movie and 2016 game are loosely based off the...

The writer of “The Boss” should be fired

It’s hard for me to pick out a single bad aspect of “The Boss” because everything about it was just terrible. I know that’s...

“Hardcore Henry”: Hardcore awful

“Hardcore Henry” is about as fun as watching someone else play a video game. And not a particularly good one. Now, before you Let’s...

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Just Plain Bad

We are currently in a new golden age of heroes. Whether it’s in television, comics or movies, we have become enamored with superheroes again....