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The long-running Infinity Saga comes to a close with a rousing conclusion.

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“Stockholm” tells the entertaining story of an infamous 1973 bank robbery.

  • Pat Padua
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The espionage drama is based on the life of English spy Melita Norwood.


Don’t have time to rewatch all 21 previous movies? No problem.

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All the cliches of superhero movies are stripped away, with fantastic results, in this indie-scale drama.

  • Alan Zilberman
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Here’s what parents need to know.

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The actress plays a 17-year-old from the Isle of Wight who dreams of pop-music stardom.

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“Girls of the Sun” means well but is held back by uneven execution.

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The actress is riveting, even if Alex Ross Perry’s film is not.

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Recounting an actual near-drowning incident in 2015, this Christian drama peddles miracles and is genuinely moving (at times).

  • Mark Jenkins
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Here’s what parents need to know.

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Marsai Martin from “Blackish” plays the teenage version of Regina Hall’s tech entrepreneur.

  • Mark Jenkins
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This stop-motion animated movie is a little too ambitious for its own good.

  • Jane Horwitz
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The 2019 version has a new director and an R rating but falls surprisingly flat.

  • Alan Zilberman
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The film, in limbo for 50 years, can finally be seen in all its aesthetic, spiritual and historical glory.

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Samuel “Blitz” Bazawule’s film tells a touching story of the love between a father and his daughter.

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French director Claire Denis’s first English-language film falls short of her earlier work.

  • Mark Jenkins
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The historical drama unfurls like a grandiose pageant, weighed down by long speeches.

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This drama, set in the 1920s and fictionalizing Louise Brooks’s teen years, means well but is heavy-handed.

  • Pat Padua
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Taraji P. Henson and Sam Rockwell star in a movie that feels a little too much like ‘Green Book.’

  • Mark Jenkins
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