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  • '78/52: Hitchcock's Shower Scene' review: The fine art of murder

    '78/52: Hitchcock's Shower Scene' review: The fine art of murder

    Like many of us (there’s psychological safety in numbers), I have a disturbingly long history with the shower scene from “Psycho” — first, in junior high, by way of the Alfred Hitchcock episode of the ’70s PBS series “The Men Who Made the Movies,” then by repeat 16 mm viewings of the 1960 film...

  • 'The Square' review: Ruben Ostlund skewers the art world

    'The Square' review: Ruben Ostlund skewers the art world

    The Swedish filmmaker Ruben Ostlund possesses an exceptionally crisp, legible way of creating images. His frames are simply but elegantly composed, and he choreographs bodies within natural and built environments with superb attention to rhythms and detail. All of those gifts were on ample display...

  • 'Daddy's Home 2' review: At Christmastime, double the fun with dads

    'Daddy's Home 2' review: At Christmastime, double the fun with dads

    "Daddy's Home 2" just might have to meet "A Bad Moms Christmas" outside in the parking lot to rumble over this turf war. Both films are seasonal romps about intergenerational love, acceptance and different parenting styles, but "Daddy's Home 2" slightly gets the edge. The surreal and silly sequel...

  • 'Last Flag Flying' review: Carell, Cranston and Fishburne don't march in tune

    'Last Flag Flying' review: Carell, Cranston and Fishburne don't march in tune

    In this era of rampant sequelizing, has any filmmaker more playfully inverted the standard more-of-the-same monotony than Richard Linklater? His Oscar-nominated "Boyhood" was, if nothing else, a compendium of life's chapters, filmed — and lived — year after year. His "Before" trilogy reteamed Julie...

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