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Any Day Now

Any Day Now

Any Day Now is built on two certainties: Rudy Donatello (Alan Cumming) and Paul Fleiger (Garret Dillahunt) never question their ability to care for Marco (Isaac Leyva), a teenager with Down syndrome; and director/co-writer Travis Fine asserts that gay couples make excellent adoptive parents, even

R100

R100

Watching R100, you may begin to feel like the beleaguered movie executives who occasionally appear onscreen to comment on the increasingly bizarre action. Hitoshi Matasumoto straddles arthouse and grindhouse with this pitch black comedy, which follows a Japanese salesman and single father (Nao Ohmori) who’s

Last Weekend

Last Weekend

The most striking moments in Last Weekend are not the expected ones. It’s not the way first-time directors Tom Dolby and Tom Williams shoot the palatial Lake Tahoe cabin previously featured in A Place in the Sun with the well-framed languor of architecture porn. Nor

Coherence

Coherence

Coherence puts theoretical physics in an intimate scifi context as a passing comet impacts four couples at a dinner party. Untethered from their smartphones by a blackout, this very social group suddenly feels dangerously isolated, even as the realization sets in that theirs is just

War Story

War Story

American photojournalist Lee (Catherine Keener) barely speaks during the first third of War Story, and when she does, it’s to demand that she be left alone. She turns her room at a small Sicilian hotel into a bunker, ignoring pleas to return home and refusing