"The Shape of Water” and “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” are likely to be the front-runners.

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Meeting on a fateful day, two strangers bond, over clunky exchanges and obvious songs.

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The gorgeous black-and white film, about a middle-aged rancher and his child bride, is set on a colonial Portuguese ranch in 1821.

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The Jerry Bruckheimer-produced drama mixes bombast and cliche with cynicism.

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A country music star tries to win back the woman he dumped at the altar.

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Annette Bening brings equal parts flint and tenderness to an aging femme fatale of film noir.

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With squints and scowls, he plays a cavalry officer ordered to protect the Indians he despises.

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The compilation of videos of Russian car crashes is like watching YouTube in a theater.

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Nicolas Cage, as a violently deranged father, gives one of his most vibrant performances.

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A documentary zeros in on former staffers and forces fans of 44 to relive election night.

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Actor seeks to rectify dramatic pay gap

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The thriller about a salesman on his way home feels less like a rollicking happy hour than just plain work.

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The sequel about a talking bear is a charmer with a strong supporting cast.

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The psychodrama is a sensuous story about the male gaze, and a muse who subverts it.

Plus, Seth Meyers's harsh monologue and Natalie Portman's controversial remark.

Everything you need to know about Sunday night's show.

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What parents need to know.

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