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Universal’s latest attempt to refresh its monster-movie franchise forgoes psychological horror for cheap special effects.

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The Harlem-set love story about a college-bound teen and a musician holds hidden depths.


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Anya Taylor-Joy brings a wide-eyed intensity to Austen’s meddlesome matchmaker.

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“Once Were Brothers” is based on a memoir by musician Robbie Robertson.

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“The Lodge” builds a slow-burning sense of dread, but the payoff is a little disappointing.

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Set in the wake of the siege of Leningrad, the Russian drama takes an unflinching look at women’s wartime experience.

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Levan Gelbakhiani gives a breakout performance as a young Georgian dancer.

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Gently observational film tells a moving story about a long-married couple facing a health crisis.

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Harrison Ford stars in an adaptation of Jack London’s tale of the human-dog bond.

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Jim Carrey, operating at maximum strength as the villainous Dr. Robotnik, is fun to watch.

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In 18th-century France, a portrait painter falls for her subject: a beautiful young woman.

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The documentary features interviews with filmmakers, acolytes, admirers and Kael’s grown daughter.

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This remake of a 2014 Swedish film paints a portrait of a marriage on thin ice.

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“The Woman Who Loves Giraffes” is a portrait of the unsung giraffe expert Anne Innis Dagg.

With the perspective of time, we can now now discern what movie was actually the best. So here we go, year by year...

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This tale of a mafia informant has some surprises up its sleeve.

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