Alfonso Cuaron’s Spanish-language “Roma” is modern-day masterpiece.

Crime heist offering is a real let-down for “12 Years a Slave” director.

Expose of Gary Hart’s ill-fated ’88 presidential campaign is merely average.

Tale of racism set in 1962 is one of the year’s most thoroughly enjoyable.

Lucas Hedges shines in true story of gay conversion therapy.

Steve Carell shines in heartbreaking tale of the ravages of drug addiction.

Documentary about smalltown Americana is long and boring.

Freddie Mercury biopic never gets inside the mind of the musical genius.

Coming-of-age story is valiant directorial debut for Jonah Hill.

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