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Dan Stevens sparkles as a debt-saddled Charles Dickens feverishly writing his legendary novella.

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The latest feature from a premier Irish animation studio tells a pretty but uneven tale.

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Talking animals embark on a wacky adventure that culminates in the birth of Jesus.

  • Jane Horwitz
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Movie is based on comic-book memoir of going to high school with Jeffrey Dahmer.

  • Pat Padua
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Other family fare offerings include “Wonder” and “The Star.”

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Dee Rees creates a big, old-fashioned family saga in a movie about the aspirations of two families.

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The drama is France’s official entry in the best foreign film category of the Oscars.

  • Mark Jenkins
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The documentary profiles the telegenic, bow-tied science evangelist.

  • Lora Grady
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A team of brooding superheroes forms to do battle with a god from another planet.

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Frances McDormand plays a grim, funny, vengeful mother in Martin McDonagh’s pitch-black comedy.

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Director Stephen Chbosky keeps most of the treacle out of a middle-school drama.

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Steve Carell, Laurence Fishburne and Bryan Cranston play veterans on a crucial mission.

Classic murder mystery involves multiple suspects on a moving train.

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Army chaplain-turned-filmmaker lets soldiers share their firsthand stories.

  • Alan Zilberman
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A Yorkshire lunkhead finds romance with a Romanian migrant worker.

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A documentary visits the town of Tultepec, the “fireworks capital of Mexico.”

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Director Kenneth Branagh stars as Hercule Poirot in the adaptation of the Agatha Christie whodunit.

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Saoirse Ronan delivers a sweet-tart portrait of teenage cluelessness set in the early 2000s.

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Maggie Betts’s first narrative feature explores, with sensitivity, going into — and out of — the cloister.

Third chapter in Marvel series is much less dark than first two installments.

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