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SPOILER ALERT: Scenes—like, from movies—are described below. Keep up with all of our Year in Film features here. Dinner Party, Allied There are more immediately violent and actionful scenes in Robert Zemeckis’s glamorous throwback intriguer, but a long scene at a dinner party hosted by spy couple Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard best shows off the director’s by-now second nature virtuosity. Without spoiling anything that’s not in the trailer, Pitt has just recently been informed (to his...
Editor's Note: Contributors were asked to submit nominations for the "Ten Best non-Isabelle Huppert Performances of 2016," for the sake of variety. Mahershala Ali, Moonlight Ali's buffed-out drug-dealer-cum-salt-of-the-earth Juan, however improbable, is a blend of pride, shame, and selflessness. With subversive cleverness, Barry Jenkins conveys hope in making a wistful gangsta the savior of a lost boy, but few other actors could pull it off. No wonder Ali's portrayal of Beltway operator Remy Danton in House...
Keep up with all of our Year in Film features, including The Ten Unsexiest Movies of 2016, here. Everybody Wants Some!! Richard Linklater, like Robert Bresson before him, has a way with casting the hottest dudes on planet earth to act out his philosophical treatises. Linklater, however, is less coy about showing off the finer features of his strapping players. Here he has a whole floorshow of hotness—a college baseball team in the early 80s—just itching...
Keep up with all of our Year in Film features, including The Ten Sexiest Movies of 2016, here. Arrival       No film, science fiction or otherwise, is under any obligation to address sexuality, but some might’ve helped breathe life into the central bond between Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner’s characters here, serving better than the Hallmarkian platitudes blubbered by one of them towards the end. Considering the fate of Adams’s daughter, it might’ve been uncalled...

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