Knives and Skin
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Knives and Skin

It’s difficult to see anything in Reeder's approach outside of the exceedingly strange ways it…

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The Mandela Effect
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The Mandela Effect

The Mandela Effect spends far too much time on dry exposition, leaving little room for…

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Little Joe
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Little Joe

Little Joe more closely resembles a shrewd music video or a knowing tech commercial than…

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In Fabric
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In Fabric

I Lost My Body
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I Lost My Body

63 Up
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63 Up

Portrait of a Lady on Fire
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Portrait of a Lady on Fire

Portrait of a Lady on Fire profoundly understands the raw emotional power of human memory,…

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Daniel Isn’t Real
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Daniel Isn’t Real

A trippy psychological thriller that keeps its ambitions in check despite having big, bold ideas…

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Knives Out
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Knives Out

Though by no means groundbreaking, Knives Out is a charming addition in the popular cozy…

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Dark Waters
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Dark Waters

Dark Waters is special because it’s not about dramatically building to an inevitable victory, but…

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