Sci-fi thriller is a surprising satisfying blend of monster-movie DNA and modern visual effects.

Two enjoyable Disney films featuring strong heroines.

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Woody Harrelson stars in a black comedy based on Daniel Clowes’s 2010 graphic novel.

Danny Boyle’s follow-up to his breakout 1996 film bristles with energy, and some reflection.

Rooney Mara and Ryan Gosling star in Terrence Malick’s meandering meditation on love, sex, art and ambition

Cannibalism is a metaphor for sexual desire in this squirm- and squeal-inducing French film.

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This twisty, low-budget film illuminates the moral concept of sin, and sin’s terrible wages.

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COMMON SENSE MEDIA | The live-action remake is fantastic, but scarier than the beloved original.

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This sweetly twee fable about an unlikely friendship is something of an acquired taste.

Director Ritesh Batra adapts Julian Barnes’s prizewinning novel with taste and restraint.

Olivier Assayas’s film works as both an engrossing ghost story and a cerebral drama.

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This low-budget film manages a few nifty surprises, amid the predictable cringes.

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The movie argues, convincingly, that the nutrition company Herbalife is a Ponzi scheme.

The songs aren’t as catchy as 1991’s animated version, but this should pass muster with fans.

Community events include collage class, trap shooting clinic, and Parliamentarian Unit meeting.

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The ‘King Kong’ reboot is violent and best for teens.

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This period melodrama is more interested in romantic intrigue than international affairs.

‘Jackie’ director Pablo Larraín turns his attention to another 20th-century icon.

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The big, brooding ape rules an uncharted island in the latest iteration of a cinematic myth.

Shirley MacLaine kvetches her way through a flatlining melodrama.

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