The marriage of Seretse Khama and Ruth Williams sparked an international incident.
This unfunny comedy aims below the belt.
The true and scandalous love story set in the 1940s carries a message of love and equality.
Side effects of the gorgeously deviant thriller can include head-scratching and nausea.
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Animation, live action and documentary shorts open at E Street Cinema.
A clever, creative and funny movie — with nonstop action. Plus Valentine’s Day picks.
Animated feature riffs on pop culture — with results hilarious and heartfelt.
Sequel to 2014 hit is a live-action comic book about a brooding but businesslike hitman.
Narrated by Jessica Chastain, film accuses a popular Web site of colluding in prostitution.
"Live by Night” and “Patriots Day” show how Hollywood's Boston stereotypes have become played out.
Teen sci-fi romance is sweet, if not out of this world.
Documentary looks at three violent juvenile offenders, but offers little hope.
Iranian Asghar Farhadi’s domestic drama tightens into a riveting psychological thriller.
Documentary uses the social critic’s unpublished memoir as a lens on racism and history.
Dramedy is an unflattering — and unfunny — shaggy dog story.
The late British actor's career was marked by more than 40 memorable death scenes.
Maren Ade’s film explores filial psychodynamics by way of wit, insight and actorly courage.
The Oscar-nominated animation chronicles a castaway’s life, with ruminative beauty.
Movie tells the true story of a gay activist who became an anti-gay Christian pastor.