The Next Three Days has a little trouble finding the right tone. The premise has all the makings of a proper film noir, a gritty tale of a decent man forced by circumstance to do some really ugly things. But the film doesn’t exactly play out that way. Instead, it lays on a sappy score and runs things like a prestige drama. While the film still holds together, it feels like the film really loses …
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How to Get Away With Murder
Sometimes it takes fiction to see the truth. In “All Good Things,” director Andrew Jarecki takes on the sprawling true story of Robert Durst, a troubled man from a wealthy real estate empire who is accused, but never convicted, of murdering his wife.
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