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Documentary by Frederick Wiseman is a languid, cinema-verite portrait of an institution.

  • Alan Zilberman
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Filmmaker Mike White delivers a delicate, observant comedy of envy and self-doubt.

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Documentary explores the antiabortion movement and the fight for bodily autonomy.

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Noah Wyle plays a man who has been hit by an accidentally fired bullet.

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Timely comedy looks back at a match when tennis star Billie Jean King struck a blow for feminism.

The thriller about coldblooded revenge is graphically violent.

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  • 6 days ago
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Dylan O’Brien stars a baby-faced CIA operative in this lumbering thriller based on Vince Flynn books.

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Time-hopping South Korean action film features a beautiful — and lethal — femme fatale.

  • Alan Zilberman
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  • Sep 14
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A documentary focuses on two longtime teachers at Headfort School.

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This biopic, starring Nicholas Hoult as J.D. Salinger, is filled with cliches.

  • Pat Padua
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  • Sep 14
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But Darren Aronofsky’s elegant meditation on art, nature and spirituality gives way to pulp excess.

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The documentary offers a corrective to 50-plus years of American history.

  • Lora Grady
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  • Sep 14
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The adaptation of the 1986 horror classic generates actual tingles.

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  • Sep 7
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The documentary salutes a once-ubiquitous artifact, which a few surprise celebrities collect.

  • Pat Padua
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  • Sep 7
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Like “Downton Abbey,” the period drama tells the story from the perspective of Indian servants.

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The documentary presents the last living women who were enslaved by the Japanese military.

  • Mark Jenkins
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  • Sep 7
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The Stephen King adaptation features an entity that doesn’t just feed on fear, but curates it.

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Reese Witherspoon looks for love and career success in sunny Los Angeles.

  • Mark Jenkins
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  • Sep 7
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Newcomer Harris Dickinson plays a teen with the chiseled body of a man but the brain of a boy.

A 1977 sci-fi classic returns to theaters for one week only.

  • Common Sense Media
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  • Aug 31
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