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  • In his documentary Monogamish, filmmaker Tao Ruspoli sets out to answer the question: Is it natural to be with one person for the rest of your life? After having recently divorced actress Olivia Wilde, Ruspoli is grappling here, he says,...

  • Te Ata is a well-meaning, if surface-level, tribute to a Native American performer and storyteller, charting her rise to fame in the early 20th century. Q'orianka Kilcher delivers a determined, earnest performance as Te Ata, nee Mary...

  • With a capricious drifter at its center, Julia Halperin and Jason Cortlund's Barracuda takes the evolution of family bonds to the extreme. Sinaloa (Sophie Reid) rolls up to her Texan half-sister's porch unannounced, surprising Merle...

  • Penelope Cruz and The Girl of Your Dreams' gang are back — but, sadly, the shenanigans in writer-director Fernando Trueba's sequel, The Queen of Spain, seem as if they were more fun to film than to watch. Reprising her 1998 role as...

  • Chronically Metropolitan suffers from an incurable case of Whiny White Boy Syndrome -- and from a terrible title. Prodigal son Fenton (yes, Fenton) returns to Manhattan after a self-imposed exile thanks to backlash for his...

  • In Roberto Andò's The Confessions, an unorthodox birthday speech about the unforeseen moral consequences of economics ("For better or for worse, we are not God") kicks off an international whodunit. An octet of influential,...

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