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Hi-tech meets low morals in this timely sci-fi thriller starring Clive Owen and Amanda Seyfried.

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Nash “Brother of Joel” Edgerton directs this entertaining but lazily scripted Mexican crime caper.

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Paul Schrader returns to the fray with a mediative masterwork powered by a stunning central turn from Ethan Hawke.

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