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Jonathan, which serves a double dose of Ansel Elgort, is sure to satisfy fans of the sci-fi genre in a gently challenging way (even if symbiotic multi-consciousness isn't your thing).
‐ Morgan Rojas, CinemacyAnchor and Hope
Too often, viewers just have to take a movie love story's word for it that its characters actually belong together. Not so in Carlos Marques-Marcet's loose, observant Anchor and Hope.
‐ Alan Scherstuhl, L.A. WeeklyJinn
There's nothing preachy about Jinn, even though Nijla Mu'min's elegant debut feature is about a teenager coming to terms with her mother's newly embraced religion.
‐ Serena Donadoni, L.A. Weekly
...demonstrates (as do many other SNL spinoffs) why it's generally not a good idea to try to stretch a comedy sketch concept into a feature length film.Twelve Monkeys (12 Monkeys)
Time has been kind to 12 Monkeys, a compelling and unnerving genre exercise that boasts what may be Bruce Willis's finest performance.The Last Hurrah
The disc offers a beautiful transfer of a neglected film, with a commentary that serves as a valuable resource for cinephiles and casual viewers alike.