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Steven Soderbergh’s comedy seeks to make sense of a story that is breathtakingly complex.

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The actor plays an aging assassin and his clone in the clumsily executed action thriller from Ang Lee.


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He displays the kind of all-out commitment and panache that made him a huge star 30 years ago.

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The filmmaker looks back on his life, and ahead, to his own mortality.

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Natalie Portman plays an astronaut who loses her mind in this story based on true events.

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Forget flowery language, redundant synopsis or hyperbolic praise. Just see the dang thing.

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“Joker” continues the dubious darker-is-deeper tradition of the recent Batman films.

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A doomed boxer meets a prostitute on the lam in the violent live-action cartoon “First Love.”

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A 63-year-old woman belatedly learns to live life on her own in this charming Swedish film.

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A Shanghai teen helps a lost yeti find his way back home in DreamWorks’s new animation.

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In “Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements” a filmmaker looks at her deaf parents and son.

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From the co-director of ‘Swiss Army Man’ comes this unsettling comedy-drama, based on a true story.

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Zellweger reveals the singer’s grit and courage as well as her soft, unprotected center.

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The documentary shows how the late attorney played mentor to Donald Trump.

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Justin Chon’s drama carefully explores the broken bonds between brother, sister and a dying father.

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Paolo Sorrentino’s movie is like a sleazy Italian version of ‘The Wolf of Wall Street.’

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