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  • There's too much violence in movies today—too much of the wrong kind, though if you asked me what the "right" kind is, I would only be able to tell you that I know it when I see it. Chad Stahelski and David Leitch's John Wick

  • When we first meet the title character in Olive Kitteridge, she considers the revolver in her hands and looks up at the cloudless sky above the woods one last time. The 25-year journey (and the accumulation of mistakes and bad luck therein) that leads the elderly Olive to that moment of de...

  • Jake Gyllenhaal, not a particularly bulky guy to begin with, dropped 20 pounds or so to play a Los Angeles misfit who finds his calling as a freelance crime videographer in Dan Gilroy's nervy thriller Nightcrawler. Even when Robert De Niro does it, weight change isn't acting—it's the...

  • In Richard Lester's 1965 Help!, two proper English matrons, dressed in balmacaans, gloves and old-lady hats, wave to their neighbors, John, Paul, George and Ringo, who, in the movie's fantastical universe, live in a communal Beatle pad on an ordinary London street. "Lovely lads—and s...

  • There's nothing new, exactly, in Gabriella Kessler and Jean-Loïc Portron's despairing but beautiful Braddock America, but the sad truths it illuminates have rarely been put onscreen with such clarity and power. The directors tour the bottomed-out city of Braddock, Pennsylvania, lettin...

  • The experience of being eluded by Jean-Luc Godard has its consolations, foremost among them the 83-year-old director's prerogative to elude. If a Godard film appears held together by random imagery, whispered non sequiturs and a roll of duct tape, that's exactly the point. To muddle through confu...