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In “Lo and Behold,” Herzog examines good, evil and the Internet

Werner Herzog has explored the known world from the Amazon and Antarctica to the prehistoric cave of Chauvet. It seems only fitting that he would set his restless, perpetually questioning sights on the Internet.

“Ben-Hur” stands in the shadow of Wyler’s 1959 epic

Remaking a film that won 11 Academy Awards invites inevitable comparison, but the latest adaptation of “Ben-Hur” distinguishes itself from William Wyler’s 1959 epic by retooling key character and story elements.

Jonah Hill, Miles Teller play pothead arms traders in “War Dogs”

Efraim Diveroli, the ungainly, socially awkward miscreant at the center of “War Dogs,” surrounds himself with paraphernalia from the movie “Scarface.”

“Kubo and the Two Strings” weaves a magical tale

“If you must blink, do it now,” begins the voice-over narration of the animated adventure “Kubo and the Two Strings.” “Pay careful attention to everything you see, no matter how unusual it may seem.”

For audiences, “Sausage Party” is a laugh riot; for some animators, it was a nightmare

The raunchy comedy “Sausage Party” scored with audiences but it wasn’t exactly a dream come true for some Vancouver-based animators who worked on it.

“Equity”: Climbing a ladder with too many broken rungs

“Equity,” a drama about female executives navigating sexism on Wall Street, has received lots of attention for being a movie written, directed, produced by and starring women.

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