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New Reviews at RogerEbert.com for the week of September 02, 2016

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New Reviews at RogerEbert.com for the week of September 02, 2016

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The Light Between Oceans

Review by Brian Tallerico

Buried beneath this melodrama—but shining through nearly enough to justify a look—one can see the film that could have been, as anchored by great performances and emotional truth. It's just lost in the fog.

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The Decalogue

Review by Roger Ebert

On Kieslowski's "The Decalogue," now being released theatrically in restored form and soon on Criterion Blu-ray.

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The 9th Life of Louis Drax

Review by Christy Lemire

Either you'll be willing to go with some of its wilder visual conceits of this twisty, Hitchcockian thriller, or you won't. (I was, for the most part.)

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Yoga Hosers

Review by Simon Abrams

If the creators of South Park had done it, Yoga Hosers might have been hysterical.

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Max Rose

Review by Glenn Kenny

As conventional and stiff as the film is, Jerry Lewis' lead performance in it is full of virtues: he's committed, disciplined and entirely credible.

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White Girl

Review by Sheila O'Malley

There's a lot to look at, colors and light and drugs and nudity, and much of it looks really good, but there's nothing else to latch onto.

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Antibirth

Review by Simon Abrams

It's very easy to be turned off by Perez's feature debut, but if you can get on its wavelength, you'll find yourself drawn in by one of the year's most original horror films.

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Skiptrace

Review by Nick Allen

Even if Chan no longer wants to put his life at risk as a martial arts Buster Keaton, he still has the ability to turn a joke and get a gasp out of an action sequence.

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Zoom

Review by Godfrey Cheshire

A rather terrible comedy-satire.

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Morgan

Review by Susan Wloszczyna

It is pretty obvious before the midway point what the eventual outcome and supposed big reveal will be.

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