Friday, July 31
Review: The Rental
Sometime during your second Airbnb stay, a thought will inevitably occur to you: “Is the owner watching me right now?”

Review: Rebuilding Paradise
In your mind, conjure up an image of hell.


Friday, July 24
Review: Sometimes Always Never
The appeal of “Sometimes Always Never” is the more it unfolds, the greater its pull becomes.

#1 Movie: The Scorpion King
“The Scorpion King” is a prequel to a sequel to a remake.

Review: Impetigore
In an era when so few truths are global, there is at least one essential rule we can all live by, no matter where we are.


Sunday, July 19
Fiddler on the Roof
“Fiddler on the Roof” was the top-grossing movie of 1971.
Maybe.


Saturday, July 18
Review: Guest of Honour
I think the central question of “Guest of Honour” is: Can someone’s personal narrative be corrected by compromising it?

Review - Ai Weiwei: Yours Truly
The exhibition depicted in “Ai Weiwei: Yours Truly” is so remarkably perfect — so stunningly appropriate — I almost can’t believe it happened.

Review: Fatal Affair
You’re pretty sure you know what you’re getting into with a movie called “Fatal Affair.”


Friday, July 10
Review: Greyhound
The good news for “Greyhound” is its limited scope: It’s a tight, unadorned story about a perilous ocean crossing in the World War II Atlantic.

Review: The Beach House
Be careful who you’re isolated with.

Review: The Old Guard
As studio gambles go, attempting to start a franchise on the back of an unknown property is a risky bet.


Thursday, July 2
Review: Hamilton
I’m not sure anyone needs a fresh critical take on “Hamilton.”


Wednesday, July 1
Movie Review: Desperados
“Romcom,” that headline-friendly mashing of genre, is more a continuum than a designation.




     


 
 

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