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'Neon Bull' review: Striking, sexually explicit film about Brazilian rodeo life

"I'll drink myself to death because of you," two different characters in "Neon Bull" sing to themselves at different points in director Gabriel Mascaro's sleek, intriguing account of rural northeastern Brazilian rodeo life. The desperation of those lyrics is kept mostly under wraps in the story...

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  • Documentary 'Tickled' dives into competitive tickling ring

    Documentary 'Tickled' dives into competitive tickling ring

    In its accidentally serious fashion, "Tickled" illuminates a specific, disturbing niche in the realm of fetishism. At the same time, it falls squarely in the mainstream of a lot of contemporary documentaries. Its tone is that of blithe snark, cut with ever-increasing doses of dread. It's unthinkable...

  • 'Independence Day: Resurgence' review: Will Smith's the lucky one

    'Independence Day: Resurgence' review: Will Smith's the lucky one

    From the metallic shell of the 1996 smash “Independence Day,” director Roland Emmerich has pulled a seriously lousy sequel, dripping with alien goo and incoherence. I take no pleasure in reporting this news, folks. I’ve been a lonely, half-mad defender of some of Emmerich’s cheesiest cheese, including...

  • 'The Shallows' review: Blake Lively swims for her life in tense shark tale

    'The Shallows' review: Blake Lively swims for her life in tense shark tale

    Shot in a creamy, sunny style suggesting a Sports Illustrated swimsuit-issue video shoot gone wrong, "The Shallows" belongs almost entirely to Blake Lively, who plays Nancy, a resourceful medical student from Texas vacationing in Mexico with a purpose. Years ago her mother, a recent casualty of...

  • 'Free State of Jones' review: Matthew McConaughey shows his skills in frustrating Civil War drama

    'Free State of Jones' review: Matthew McConaughey shows his skills in frustrating Civil War drama

    In so many Civil War-era photographs, a bone-weariness of spirit, coupled with a kind of faraway intensity, lurks in the soldiers' eyes. Plenty of actors can fake that sort of thing, but Matthew McConaughey really does have it. He looks right and convincing in a period drama such as "Free State...

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