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  • How far would you go to preserve the legacy of great minds? Director Rodrigo Cortés attempts to answer this in his humdrum adaptation of the 1974 young adult novel Down a Dark Hall. Troubled teen Kit (AnnaSophia Robb) is shipped off...

  • "It may look wild, but it shouldn't be wild," Dutch landscape designer Piet Oudolf quips to an admirer early in Thomas Piper's gorgeous documentary Five Seasons. As the camera lingers over skeletal umbel stalks planted between tufts of...

  • Writer/director Saila Kariat's overwrought family drama The Valley hovers in the liminal space between a Lifetime weepy and a Cymbalta commercial as it follows a self-centered Silicon Valley father straining to find answers in the wake of...

  • Director Nicholas Kalikow's heist flick Carter & June makes it look easy to waltz into a high-security bank vault. But not in a good way. When con artist Carter Jennings (Michael Raymond-James) can't smooth-talk his way out of debts to...

  • For want of a phone charger! In writer-director Josh Klausner's peculiar indie musical, a twenty-something dude wanders the Hamptons in borrowed board shorts and a sequined sash, spurred by bad luck and a failing iPhone battery. Disillusioned...

  • Courtney Balaker's Little Pink House dramatizes a true story of working-class America under attack: Big money, big pharma and big government want to huff and puff and blow down working-class houses in pursuit of money. After leaving a...

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