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A review of TBS' comedy Miracle Workers, starring Steve Buscemi and Daniel Radcliffe.
The latest on Blu-ray and DVD, including Boy Erased, Suspiria, The Sisters Brothers, Widows, and a Criterion edition of In the Heat of the Night.
On docu-series launched at Sundance on Wu-Tang Clan and Lorena Bobbitt.
A review of Joanna Hogg's new drama, one of the best films of Sundance 2019.
A Sundance dispatch on two premieres from the back half of this year's festival.
On three more competition films from Sundance 2019, including one of the festival's best.
A review of two more Midnight movies from Sundance, one great and one not.
A review of two political films from this year's Sundance. One is great, one is not.
A review of three horror films from the Sundance 2019 Film Festival.
A report on two timely, urgent films from the U.S. Doc Comp section.