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It’s illegal to be single in “The Lobster,” a weirdly dystopian parable of modern love from Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos. Read more

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Is there a more insidious disease than Alzheimer's? Leaving the body intact but obliterating our memories, our words and eventually our identities? That is a horrifying future to consider, one that Julianne Moore brings to striking clarity. Read more

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Named after the hill where Jesus was crucified, "Calvary" makes its intentions clear from the start. Father James (Brendan Gleeson) sits in the confessional of his church in a rural Irish town. An unseen man arrives and shares a horrible secret: He was sexually molested by a Catholic priest for five years, starting when he was 7 years old. Read more

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"The Grand Seduction" takes place in the small sea harbor of Tickle Head, Newfoundland, where the fishing industry has dried up. People line up once a month for welfare checks, cash them, and then return to their idle ways. Read more

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