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'Maze Runner: The Death Cure' review: Out of the Glade, into a city on fire

“Maze Runner: The Death Cure” opens with a misleadingly snappy train robbery sequence involving the theft of an entire train car. The components of director Wes Ball’s overture are many: off-road buggies at high speed, orphans in chains, tons of CGI of better-than-usual quality. Most importantly...

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  • 'White Sun' review: Powerful drama about people and a nation at the crossroads

    'White Sun' review: Powerful drama about people and a nation at the crossroads

    A Maoist rebel returns home to bury his Royalist father in "White Sun," a delicately crafted examination of Nepal's difficult rebirth after 20 years of war and unrest. Skillfully blending intimate human drama with sharp political observations, Deepak Rauniyar's outstanding second feature sends...

  • 'The Other Side of Hope' review: In Finland, a clash of cultures proves mundane

    'The Other Side of Hope' review: In Finland, a clash of cultures proves mundane

    As "The Other Side of Hope" opens, two men are leaving home. One is hiding in a coal compartment on a freighter. The other has just placed his house keys and wedding band on a table in front of an unhappy woman. Both, in a sense, have left everything behind. Although much of Finnish director Aki...

  • 'Tom of Finland' review: How one artist's loneliness helped create community

    'Tom of Finland' review: How one artist's loneliness helped create community

    "Tom of Finland" opens on a great expanse of a room, as two men sit on a bench, discussing a rabbit. We don't know who they (or the rabbit) are, or what they are waiting for. Just as you begin to wonder whether you're watching a bunny-based "Waiting for Godot," we are transported to Finland, on...

  • 'Hostiles' review: Christian Bale goes west, with a vengeance

    'Hostiles' review: Christian Bale goes west, with a vengeance

    In “Hostiles,” a solemnly bloody tale of white redemption in the Old West from writer-director Scott Cooper, Christian Bale does all his truest, best acting in between his actual lines of dialogue. The time is 1892. Bale’s character is a U.S. Army captain who has seen much slaughter, and has done...

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