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Netflix supplies modern-day classics during the month of March
Comedian Jordan Peele steps behind the camera for a brainier-than-usual horror comedy that forgets to go for the jugular.
Keanu Reeves is back in a sequel that, if anything, feels more gory, more stylish and more deliriously silly (and fun) than the original.
Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling star in a piece of musical euphoria that's as attuned to the genre's past as it is to today's anxieties.
This tender German comedy is a moving, often hilarious portrait of an unusual father-daughter relationship.
In this uneven Slumdog Millionaire-esque drama, a wayward child survives homelessness to be adopted into wealth, but his past haunts him.
Director Gore Verbinski brews impressive atmosphere for this unsettling, magnificently weird tale of spa-based horror.
From the tyrannical professor to the dweeb-turned-hotshot, Hollywood’s favorite academic stereotypes can be found right here
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Casey Affleck joins the ranks of giants in a tremendously moving portrait of grief
Commandingly complex, Natalie Portman triumphs in a real-life story pitched at an unthinkable moment of national tragedy.
Based on an unfinished book by memoirist James Baldwin, this superb documentary charts the history of black activism during the civil rights movement.
Smoldering with retro ’60s style, Anna Biller’s sexploitation drama updates dusty gender politics with hardcore feminist defiance.