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Gringo

By Naomi Wong

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

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Red Sparrow

By Elena Lazic

Jennifer Lawrence plays a Soviet spy whose repeated abuse leaves a sour taste in the mouth.

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It Comes at Night

By Elena Lazic

This coldly affecting contagion horror excels in generating a sense of acute dread, but falls short on the story front.

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Blue Collar Blues – Southern identity and disillusionment in the cinema of Jeff Nichols

By Glenn Heath Jr

Each of the Arkansas director’s films addresses pressing social concerns affecting working-class white voters.

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Check out this selection of upcoming cinematic treasures we’re excited to see over the next six months.

Loving – first look review

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Jeff Nichols makes it five-for-five with this gently stirring drama about an interracial couple in ’50s America.

Loving

By Christina Newland

Ruth Negga and Joel Edgerton bring a quiet tenderness to this understated tale of racial prejudice in the Deep South.

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