Lindsey Bahr

Critic, Writer for AP

Critic and film writer for AP.

Lindsey Bahr on KCRW

Something for everyone this weekend at the movies. Jack Reacher: Never Look Back is the blockbuster, but indies like Moonlight and The Handmaiden will be drawing crowds as well.

Film Roundup: ‘Moonlight’ and ‘Jack Reacher’

Something for everyone this weekend at the movies. Jack Reacher: Never Look Back is the blockbuster, but indies like Moonlight and The Handmaiden will be drawing crowds as well.

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