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‘This Changes Everything’: Stars detail Hollywood’s slow progress in correcting its sexism

Documentary makes its case with hard statistics as well as appalling stories from the sets.

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‘Into the Ashes’: Stylish, violent Western noir keeps us guessing

A reformed bad guy gets a visit from his former partner, a sociopath fresh from prison, and it’s anyone’s guess who will be left standing.

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‘Sword of Trust’: Marc Maron leads a cast of pros in sharp-edged comedy

Even as the subjects grow absurd, the conversations and the characters stay totally plausible.

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‘The Art of Self-Defense’ review: Bad mojo at the macho dojo

Jesse Eisenberg returns to his sweet spot in a blunt satire of masculine overkill

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‘The Farewell’: The lovely story of a family like everybody’s

Comic actor Awkwafina gets serious, successfully, as an American joining relatives in China to send off her beloved grandmother.

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‘Moneyball’ was on the money: Hollywood did everything right

Distant Replay: The film replicated the 2002 A’s team with maestro GM Billy Beane.

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‘Cooked’: Edifying documentary sheds light on Chicago’s deadly ‘95 heat wave

Movie details how areas of minorities, the poor and the elderly suffered the most casualties.

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‘Lying and Stealing’: Fun actors, odd details set caper apart from the B-movie pack

Thriller breaks no new ground, but the pace is quick and leads Theo James and Emily Ratajkowski are ridiculously attractive

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‘Miss Arizona’: Comic melodrama strong in the talent portion but short of perfection

Shelter women enlist the help of a pageant alum in a movie that veers from heavy drama to slapstick, not always smoothly.

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‘The Lion King’ review: Lifelike remake looks beautiful, mostly lives up to original

The attention to detail, from the way in which the light falls to the expressive eyes of the characters, is breathtaking.

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