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If <i>Rogue One</i> Was a War Picture Set in the <i>Star Wars</i> Universe, then <i>Solo</i> Is a Space Western—a Pretty Good One, Too

If Rogue One Was a War Picture Set in the Star Wars Universe, then Solo Is a Space Western—a Pretty Good One, Too

The origin story of the beloved space smuggler opens wide on Friday, May 25.

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Movie Review: Sebastián Lelio's Hotly Anticipated Disobedience Is a Strangely Flat Look at Lesbian Love in a Hasidic Community

Arts The fast-rising director of A Fantastic Woman seems out of his depth here, reminding us that international stardom does not make for international cultural competency.

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Forget Those Avengers. RBG, the New Doc on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Is the Best Superhero Movie of the Year.

Film Review RBG opens at the Chelsea Theater in Chapel Hill on Friday, May 11.

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What Will Raleigh's New Alamo Drafthouse Add to the Triangle's Bustling Retro-Film Scene?

Film Beat For one thing, it adds a VHS rental store, a new endeavor in Raleigh for the national chain of cinemas.

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A Boy and His Horse Must Save Each Other in Andrew Haigh's Slow, Sad, Gorgeous Lean on Pete

Film Beat The film tentatively opens in the Triangle on Friday, May 4.

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Full Frame: The Price of Everything Is a Nuanced Indictment of Art's Relationship to Money

Arts Director Nathaniel Kahn shows us that art, for all its multicolored radiance, is essentially gray in its fiscal and moral ambiguities.

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Full Frame: Fred Rogers, Who Benevolently Raised Generations of Children on Public Television, Gets His Due in Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Arts The documentary about the Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood host feels like a salve for a deeply divided nation.

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Foxtrot Asks What Happens to a Society When It Considers Itself to Be Under Siege for Generations

Film Review Samuel Maoz’s gorgeous and tragic film opens in the Triangle on Friday, April 20.

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Full Frame: Connecting 306 Hollywood to Other Artworks About Rifling Through Someone's Stuff

Arts Jonathan and Elan Bogarin excavate their grandmother’s home, organize her possessions by type or color, use magical-realist devices to visit the past, and reenact their process with stylistic flair.

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Full Frame: Talal Derki Daringly Infiltrates a Jihadist Community in Of Fathers and Sons

Arts Derki befriended an Al-Nusra group under the pretense of being a war photographer who sympathized with the cause.

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Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs Is an Alternately Respectful and Baffling Parable About Japan

Film Review Anderson's latest whimsy-fest opens locally on Friday, April 6.

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