A sampling of recent movies that received four stars from Washington Post film critics.
‘Call Me By Your Name’ Armie Hammer, left, as a grad student and Timothée Chalamet as a professor’s teenage son, who become friends and then more over a summer. In this story told with sensitivity, it is the younger man who is the pursuer. Ann Hornaday writes, “‘Call Me by Your Name’ may exemplify well-tempered cinema at its most balanced and attractive, but it’s far more than just a pretty face.” Read the full review. Sony Pictures Classics/Sony Pictures Classics Buy Photo