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  • The Weasel's Tale
  • The Weasel's Tale

    Much like making a movie, scheming is often done best when undertaken as a collaborative effort—these two worlds collide in this middling dark comedy from Oscar-winning Argentine writer-director Juan José Campanella (The Secret in Their Eyes). more...
  • Waiting for the Barbarians
  • Waiting for the Barbarians

    Scripted by South African Nobel laureate J. M. Coetzee from his eponymous novel, Colombian director Ciro Guerra’s fifth feature—his first English-language film, following the ecstatic triumphs of Embrace of the Serpent (2015) and Birds of Passage (2018)—is handsomely realized but otherwise inert. more...
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  • Work It
  • Work It

    From the never-ending Step Up and Honey films to 2000s throwbacks like You Got Served and Center Stage, dance movies are easy to find, but good ones are hard to come by. more...
  • Without Remorse
  • Without Remorse

    The incoherent politics of most contemporary films based on omnipresent I.P.s such as comic books and the stuff of drugstore paperbacks continue to bewilder. more...
  • The Witches
  • The Witches (PG)

    The sheer terror of Nicolas Roeg’s adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The Witches is surely cemented in many a millennial's brain—now the story gets a retelling for a new generation. more...
  • Wet Season
  • Wet Season

    Set against the backdrop of Singapore’s moody weather period, Anthony Chen’s Wet Season unpacks the melodrama of a language teacher at an emotional crossroads. more...
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  • Wild Mountain Thyme
  • Wild Mountain Thyme

    If you are going to make a movie about an elderly Irish farmer who thinks his unmarried son Anthony (Jamie Dornan) is too weird to take good care of the land for him when he dies, that farmer had better be Christopher Walken. more...