Mike Mills’ ode to his mother doubles as an achingly funny return to the ’70s.
Articles by Nico Lang
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Kristen Stewart gives a striking, standout performance in a tonally meandering film.
Pedro Almodovar’s latest is visually splendid but dramatically stunted.
Ava DuVernay’s prison documentary is overwhelmingly comprehensive, and telling.
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As the surprise hit comedy turns 20, the message rings louder than the film itself.
An appealing but saccharine take on the neon-soaked EDM world.
Gus Van Sant’s embattled film mangles its profound subject matter at every turn.