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In its premiere episode, 'The Defiant Ones' focuses on the early modest successes that turned Dre and Iovine into the legends they would become.

Ana Lily Amirpour's new film 'The Bad Batch' is as committed to vivid style as its predecessor – but it fits its title a little too well.

'Dawson City: Frozen Time' is one of the better showcases of film history, through its innovative and passionate use of celluloid itself.

'Decameron'-inspired 'The Little Hours' tries to be a comedy of Monty Python proportions, but is more akin to a juvenile bedroom farce.

'Okja' aims boldly to decry Western greed by making it out to be even more gluttonous than the chubby ungulates on the screen.

By no means a revolutionary in the genre, 'Man in the Camo Jacket' is still worth seeing, whether you’re aware of Mike Peters’s unique career or not.