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‘Lonesome’: Film Review

Lingering trauma from his rural hometown follows a young gay Australian cowboy to the big city in writer-director Craig Boreham’s erotic drama of sex, solitude and human connection.

‘Of Medicine and Miracles’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022

Ross Kauffman’s documentary braids leukemia survivor Emily Whitehead and scientist Dr. Carl June’s experiences to tell the story of a novel cancer treatment.

The Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick the 10 Best Films of 2022 (So Far)

THR critics pick faves from the first half of the year, including a Pixar charmer, two urgent abortion dramas and a sci-fi starring Colin Farrell.

Paramount+’s ‘Beavis and Butt-Head Do the Universe’: Film Review

The fire-loving, TV-obsessed juvenile delinquents face the 21st century in this feature-length opus.

‘Lakota Nation vs. United States’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022

A documentary that premiered at Tribeca traces the Lakotas’ ongoing struggle to reclaim their sacred land, the Black Hills, and protect it from U.S. government and corporate interests.

‘Mr. Malcolm’s List’: Film Review

After being rejected by London’s most sought-after bachelor, a young woman conscripts her childhood friend to help get revenge on him in this period rom-com with a multiracial cast.

‘Don’t Make Me Go’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022

A father (John Cho) takes his teenage daughter (Mia Isaac) on a road trip to impart life lessons and reunite her with the mother who left her as a baby in this Amazon drama.

Al Sharpton Doc ‘Loudmouth’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022

A new documentary charts the civil rights leader's life from his early days as a preacher up until his eulogy at George Floyd’s funeral in 2020.

‘Loving Highsmith’: Film Review

Gwendoline Christie voices Patricia Highsmith’s diary entries and prose in Eva Vitija’s emotionally candid portrait of the writer and her place in the queer literary firmament.

‘Rounding’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022

The new film from 'Saint Frances' director Alex Thompson centers on a medical resident (Namir Smallwood) at a rural hospital who becomes fixated on an asthma patient (Sidney Flanigan).

‘Over/Under’: Film Review

Sophia Silver’s first feature is a tender reflection on tween friendship in which the closeness of two girls is tested when one of them grows impatient to taste adulthood.

‘Brian and Charles’: Film Review

Expanding upon their short film, writer-actors David Earl and Christopher Hayward play, respectively, a lonely Welsh inventor and the robot companion he creates out of odds and ends.