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  • A gloom hangs over writer/director David Ayer's brutal war drama Fury that only the audience can see. It's April 1945, and we know that in weeks the Nazis will surrender. The war is already over—Hitler just hasn't admitted it. American sergeant Don "Wardaddy" Collier (Brad Pitt) susp...

  • Among its many attributes, Justin Simien's exuberant debut feature, Dear White People, proves that we're not yet living in a "post-racial America": Forget for a moment that there are so many vexing problems entwining race, class and economics that we haven't been able to put a Band-Aid on,...

  • Jake Paltrow's Young Ones is a dustbowl western with a sci-fi twist. It looks and sounds like the past: The plains are barren, the people wear cheap cotton, and the score, by Nathan Johnson—all vibrating, beautiful melancholy—could be layered over any John Ford flick. But when...

  • Let's get this out of the way now: Kristen Stewart is fine in Camp X-Ray, the tough-minded/soft-hearted drama that packs America's sweetheart off to Guantánamo Bay. The fact that such casting seems unlikely might be part of why she succeeds. Tasked with patrolling a cellblock of det...

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