A man's life is altered unexpectedly after telling a lie to get out of work.
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This follow-up to the 1999 hit “The Blair Witch Project” offers more gore, more gadgets and 89 minutes of screaming, flashlight waving and falling trees.
2016-09-15 | A. O. SCOTT | Read the New York Times Review of Blair Witch
In Jacques Audiard’s Palme d’Or-winning film, the members of a makeshift family find that a housing project near Paris feels like the war zone they just left.
2016-05-05 | A. O. SCOTT | Read the New York Times Review of Dheepan
The director’s son Nick Reiner wrote the screenplay with Matt Elisofon, and it centers on a rebellious teenager whose father is a well-known entertainment figure.
2016-05-05 | STEPHEN HOLDEN | Read the New York Times Review of Being Charlie
Noir pays tribute to noir, with respect, in this film by Dennis Hauck, starring John Hawkes as a private investigator determined to avenge a murder.
2016-03-31 | KEN JAWOROWSKI | Read the New York Times Review of Too Late
In this horror film directed by Michael Thelin, a girl hired to mind the children in a household turns out to be a dire threat to them.
2016-03-03 | MANOHLA DARGIS | Read the New York Times Review of Emelie
Natalie Dormer plays twins, one of whom has gone missing, in this horror film by Jason Zada, set in an area near Mount Fuji where many have taken their own lives.
2016-01-07 | NEIL GENZLINGER | Read the New York Times Review of The Forest