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These six seemingly disparate stories range from the quirky to the macabre and unfold with plenty of punch and panache.
Blending the Bible and Thomas Hobbes, it’s astonishing that this critical and pointed epic vision of Russian politics has found the light of day.
About the only one who might come away unscathed from this S&M “Twilight” fan-fiction gone amok is Dakota Johnson and her left-of-center sexuality.
The Wachowskis are back and in well-trod territory – yet another dark vision of an unknowingly enslaved humankind, again propelled by freakish advances in technology with a dash of zen mumbo-jumbo thrown in for good measure.
The Boston Cinema Census is accepting works through March 8 for its 13th event, coming to the Somerville Theatre after a move from The Brattle Theatre in Harvard Square.
Taking place mostly within the cloistered confines of a Hungarian manse between Cynthia and Evelyn, this dynamic is ever-evolving and punishing, with potential lessons about love — or just about stimulation.
Director Clint Eastwood conjures up some hellish gun battles and tense door-to-door incursions, but we know there are things unsaid for him and questionable hero Chris Kyle.
Land rights and family plots lie at the film’s core, and there may be more breaks into sudden feverish sex than doobies fired up. “Inherent Vice” isn’t everyone’s kinda trip, but it is righteous fun for those who enjoy the high.
Organizers of the Arlington International Film Festival have announced that the fifth annual event next October is moving to Kendall Square.
A biopic of an Olympian in a Japanese prison camp shows no feeling for real suffering, and Mark Wahlberg’s not up to the task in his flick, either.