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The Abba-inspired musical sequel is a dumb, joyless exercise.

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Even Joaquin Phoenix can’t act his way out of “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot.”

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Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal deliver a sharply observant slice of modern urban life.

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“Dark Money” takes a close look at the influence of corporate cash on U.S. elections.

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Dwayne Johnson’s latest is a silly yet moderately watchable showcase for derring-do and special effects.

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In “The King,” Eugene Jarecki dissects our country from behind the wheel of Elvis Presley’s Rolls-Royce.

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‘Shock and Awe’ tells the true story of reporter who questioned Bush’s WMD claims.

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The Icelandic drama “Under the Tree” has its finger on the pulse of today’s irrational times.

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Hip-hop musician Boots Riley makes an anarchic debut that remains on-point and observant, despite its polarizing climax.

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A story that could have been fueled by just anger and battles addresses the anxieties of today.

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“Whitney” draws a portrait of the pop diva that’s both sensitive and intelligent.

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“Leave No Trace,” from “Winter’s Bone” director Debra Granik, centers on a scarred veteran and his teenage child.

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Irving, Shaquille O’Neal and Chris Webber play senior-citizen athletes in this breezy basketball comedy.

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‘Day of the Soldado’ manages to make Mexican border warfare boring.

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In ‘Damsel,’ Robert Pattinson’s plans to rescue his beloved go comically awry.

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Paul Rudd brings warmth and charm to the latest chapter of Marvel’s never-ending story.

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Director Christina Choe makes a promising but unresolved debut with this modest thriller.

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