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Articles by Dominick Mayer
Sometimes, the scariest people in the world are the ones you can’t stop.
A funny and moving reminder that friendship can mean a number of different things.
It’s more of a well-organized vlog.
A difficult film held together by Bel Powley’s breakout performance
Which is Jesse and Celine’s finest moment?
This isn’t just this year’s model of The Fault in Our Stars.
An effective indie thriller with a touch of Amblin.
Survivors shine a much needed light on the existing rape culture across college campuses.
A deeply felt illustration of the fury of late 1960s American politics.
Directors Bryan Carberry and Clay Tweel have stumbled onto a goldmine.
A dull roar of disappointment.