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    Tribeca Review: Olivia Thirlby and Ben Feldman Have Commitment Issues in the Heartbreaking 'Between Us'

    Rafael Palacio Illingworth's dour relationship drama is too knowing and relatable to ignore.

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    James Franco's Movie Column: Why is Violence More Acceptable in Movies Than Sex?

    The dark fairy tale "Tale of Tales" provides Franco with a jumping-off point for broader questions about today's fantasy movies.

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    Tribeca Review: Nicolas Winding Refn Meets Jeff Nichols in Nutty Thriller 'Vincent N Roxxy'

    Zoë Kravitz and Emile Hirsch deliver career-best performances in this terse and moody meditation on violence.

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    Review: Susan Sarandon Is the Best Part Of Charming 'The Meddler'

    Sarandon shines in a fun, spunky and multi-faceted role in Lorene Scafaria's sweet new feature.

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    Review: 'Veep' Season 5 Won't Give Up Its Best Comedy Crown Without a Fight

    Julia Louis-Dreyfus presides over another stellar season of "Veep," last year's Outstanding Comedy Series winner that could — and by all means should — repeat.

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    'Women Who Kill' Tribeca Review: Ingrid Jungermann's Debut is the Best Lesbian Horror-Comedy Ever

    The "F to the 7th" webseries creator's first feature is a deadpan New York story with a unique hook.

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    'Sworn Virgin' Review: Alba Rohrwacher Plays Albanian Woman Who Lives as a Man

    Director Laura Bispuri deftly handles a delicate story spanning culture, gender and class.

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    Review: 'Time Traveling Bong' Pushes for Equality Between Puffs

    An undeniably good trip, Ilana Glazer and Paul W. Downs' excellent adventure refuses to shy away from making a feminist statement along the way.

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