• Tim Challies | 4/23/2018 | Staff
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  • Variety | 4/20/2018 | Dennis Harvey
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  • Variety | 4/22/2018 | Peter Debruge
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  • Variety | 4/21/2018 | Owen Gleiberman
    “Zoe,” a chilly but soft-headed do-androids-dream-of-electric-love? sci-fi romance, is one of those movies in which the future is depicted as being a heartbeat away from the present, a scheme that...
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  • Variety | 4/12/2018 | Peter Debruge
    Why is it that in cinema, remakes are so often reviled, whereas on stage, each new production of a classic play brings a fresh wave of anticipation, as we wonder how the director and cast might...
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  • Variety | 4/20/2018 | Owen Gleiberman
    Stockholm Syndrome is a phenomenon we’re all familiar with — at least, in the abstract. In a hostage situation, some ordinary folks will start to sympathize and identify with the people holding them...
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  • Variety | 5/11/2018 | Nick Schager
    Love, companionship, healing and deliverance often come from unexpected places, but in movies, it’s far too easy for out-of-the-blue twists of fate to feel creakily contrived.
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  • Variety | 4/20/2018 | Pat Saperstein
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  • Screen | 4/20/2018 | Orlando Parfitt
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