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Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer give sensitive, self-assured performances during a torrid Italian summer.

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The Chinese adventure flick about alien-fighters owes a debt to “Men in Black.”

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Based on a 1936 classic, the film fattens up a Spanish bull’s world but keeps him sweet.

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The low-budget movie was the subject of a “creepy” tweet by the streaming service this week.

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It’s overlong and too plotty, but the sequel deepens the characters and sticks with core values.

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A refugee’s new life in Helskinki contrasts with a native’s Old Finland in Aki Kaurismäki’s latest film.

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The release of this 1970s-set film was delayed after unfavorable reaction by Chinese officials.

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Woody Allen’s latest film is a repetitive, heavy-handed bore.

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Sally Hawkins delivers a radiant turn as a woman who befriends a fish-man from a distant lagoon.

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Streep channels vulnerability and grit as Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham.

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Proving why he’s one of our greatest screen actors, Gary Oldman plays the British leader, facing the decision of his life.

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The biopic presents a portrait of Touko Laaksonen, the Finnish artist known for his sexually charged drawings of men.

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The movie about the making of another movie, an infamous flop, has a Tommy Wiseau-shaped hole in the center.

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This Korean film plants far-fetched action in real-world events.

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Stephen King gets a touch of Ingmar Bergman in this tense tale of a student navigating spiritual and physical conflicts.

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Marie Leuenberger shines as a small-time housewife who decides to get political.

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