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Two Wildly Different Films Made in Dallas Get Center Stage at the Oak Cliff Film Festival
By Danny Gallagher
Oak Cliff Film Festival’s Menu Includes Movies By Danny Boyle, and Starring Jeff Goldblum and Awkwafina
This World Won’t Break’s Hard-Luck Story Thrives on the Goodwill of Dallas
By Alex Gonzalez
Welcome to Marwen Crashes Into the Limits of Hollywood’s Imagination
By Alan Scherstuhl
Vice Can’t Make Sense of Dick Cheney, but It Can Give You a Headache
On the Basis of Sex Shrewdly Makes RBG Into a Feminist Jimmy Stewart
Barry Jenkins’ If Beale Street Could Talk Does James Baldwin Proud
By Chuck Wilson
Ben Is Back Pits a Dazzling Julia Roberts Against the Opioid Scourge
Emily Blunt Rules, and Mary Poppins Returns Is Not at All Atrocious
Aquaman Proves Superheroes Are Better Down Where It’s Wetter
In Mary Queen of Scots, Great Women Face Hard Truths About Wielding Power
Cities Roll, Fight and Eat Each Other in the Otherwise Meh Mortal Engines
Into the Spider-Verse Is the Best Superhero Movie Since The Dark Knight
Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma Is a Masterpiece of Memory
By Yolanda Machado
With Mowgli, Netflix Has Its First Blockbuster
As Fascism Rises, Schindler’s List Has Become Almost Radical
HBO’s United Skates Takes a Thrilling Spin Through Roller-Skate Culture
Netflix’s Exquisite Happy as Lazzaro Asks: What’s to Live for After a Life of Toil?
Emma Stone and The Favourite’s Royal Women Scheme Deliciously
By Bilge Ebiri
With Buster Scruggs, the Coen Brothers Fully Commit to Cheery Meaninglessness
By April Wolfe
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