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Denzel Washington gives “one of the great performances of his commanding career” in this 2012 drama about an airline pilot who’s both hero and drug addict, said Entertainment Weekly. Flight also features “one of the most harrowing in-flight-disaster depictions of all time.”
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This 2012 indie is different enough from most relationship movies that it feels like life, said the Chicago Tribune. A “first-rate” Rashida Jones stars opposite Andy Samberg as former spouses who are struggling to move on for good as they both return to the L.A. dating scene.
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This “superb, overlooked debut feature” from Ridley Scott offered 1977 audiences “a surreal story of justice and madness,” said the A.V. Club. Harvey Keitel and Keith Carradine star as officers in Napoleon’s army who engage in a series of duels across 30 years.
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