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The animal parable pits cuddly furballs against grotesque human beings. Guess who wins?

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The animated comedy is forgettable but promotes teamwork.

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Taylor Sheridan’s directorial debut is set amid the poverty and foreshortened prospects of a Native American community.

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A street-level view of pent-up frustration and rage subverts the TV-news narrative.

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A young man sleeps with his father’s mistress. Bad idea. Then the movie makes an even worse decision.

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The confusing narrative is only a pretext for fairy-tale CGI wonders.

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An orthodox Jewish widower fights for the right to raise his son in this gently comic drama.

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The adaptation of Jeannette Walls’s 2005 memoir about her upbringing hits the big screen.

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This by-the-book fact-based drama follows the formula of the feel-good sports flick.

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The Devil-doll horror prequel takes stale ingredients and whips them into a chiffon of shivery dread.

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Hollywood somehow makes Stephen King’s magnum opus very, very boring.

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Minimalist plot + Oscar winner = a surprisingly effective chase thriller.

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A troupe at a girls school is the subject of a moving and positive film.

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A Baltimore dance team overcomes odds to become the season’s most awesome superheroes.

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This follow-up to “An Inconvenient Truth” is more depressing than alarming.

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It’s never quite clear what’s going on inside the actress’s head in this French melodrama.

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This eccentric documentary examines the life and career of Hampton Fancher.

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SNL’s Kyle Mooney plays a grown man who can’t let go of his favorite television character.

The comedy has positive messages but is only “meh.”

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In a drama that feels immediate today, a shameful chapter of American civic history comes to light.

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