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Friday, August 19, 2022

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Screen Grabs: European relations hit the skids in ‘Spin Me Round’ and ‘Orphan: First Kill’

The former takes 'Eat, Pray' into comic territory, while 'Orphan' presents a psycho Estonian waif.

Screen Grabs: The saga of Chol Soo Lee—and the arrival of Cinequest

Plus: 'Big Trouble in Little China' gets a screening worthy of a cult fave, and this week's new releases.

Screen Grabs: Tween screams—and other late-summer hits and misses

A crucial abortion-at-the-border doc, 'Summering' recalls a gender-switched 'Stand By Me,' plus more new releases.

Screen Grabs: It’s a miracle—a new cinema opens in SF

Plus: Godzillafest goes Gamera, Indian Forrest Gump, '80s macho meatheads, Planet of the Vampires, more movies

Screen Grabs: Family dysfunction, with all the yikes

Patton Oswalt's 'I Love My Dad,' Lena Dunham's 'Sharp Stick,' teen pregnancy fallout in 'Icon,' more cringey relations

Screen Grabs: Let the banjos duel again—’Deliverance’ is back

Plus: Two movies take on Texas in very different ways, and a passel of new horror flicks, from Norway to Uber.

Screen Grabs: Back in time—1993 and 1982—for tall tales and tragedy at school

Plus: Rebecca Hall's corker paranoid turn in 'Resurrection' and Rebeca Huntt's confessional (maybe?) 'Beba'

Screen Grabs: Sorry, ‘Nope.’

Plus: Interplanetary spewing barbarians in 'This is Gwar,' antic Brazilian diversion 'Jesus Kid,' more new movies

Screen Grabs: A touching, lost young adult classic from the ’70s comes back

Plus: French farce 'My Donkey, My Lover & I,' Costa Rican romance in 'Clara Sola,' witchy 'Moloch,' more new releases

Jewish Film Fest returns with big names—and timely themes

Radical feminism, gay gentrification, ethnic cleansing, plus David Straitharn, Ken Burns, Leonard Bernstein, more in 42nd installment

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