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'Deadpool' review: Ryan Reynolds is an immortal but unsightly killing machine

A fairly funny trashing of its own glib self, "Deadpool" is a movie about an unkillable wisenheimer who never shuts up, even while enduring or inflicting enough putrid brutality to earn an X or a NC-17 rating just a few years ago. The masked antihero is played by Ryan Reynolds, clearly having the...

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  • 'Democrats' review: Rare, vital snapshot of Zimbabwean politics

    'Democrats' review: Rare, vital snapshot of Zimbabwean politics

    Long the subject of international uproar but comparatively little analysis, the quasi-Kafkaesque administration holding Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe's corrupt dictatorship in place finally gets the first-hand scrutiny it merits in Camilla Nielsson's riveting documentary "Democrats." Tracing...

  • 'Cemetery of Splendor' review: Magical meets everyday in Thailand

    'Cemetery of Splendor' review: Magical meets everyday in Thailand

    An incurable sleeping sickness yields an elusive yet expansive rumination on matters both political and intensely personal in "Cemetery of Splendor," the latest gently hypnotic cinematic enigma from the Thai writer-director Apichatpong Weerasethakul. While his tale of a hospital volunteer who bonds...

  • Oscar-nominated live-action shorts review: You'll find more diversity here

    Oscar-nominated live-action shorts review: You'll find more diversity here

    What happened to that Oscars diversity problem? Poof. Gone. Judging from the five nominated short films in the live-action category, the motion picture academy's problems of blinkered, whitey-white Oscars selection could be solved if the voters (and nominators before them) simply looked around...

  • Oscar-nominated animated shorts review: See the year's gems in one place

    Oscar-nominated animated shorts review: See the year's gems in one place

    In "World of Tomorrow," the highlight of this year's Academy Award-nominated short films in the animation category, 17 minutes is more than enough to create a fanciful, contemplative and joyously inventive bit of speculative fiction. Many critics who caught writer-director Don Hertzfeldt's film...

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