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Two cystic fibrosis patients meet cute in this melodrama that’s like “The Fault In Our Stars” but slathered in lukewarm cliche.

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The animated adventure is set in a theme park filled with talking animals and nonsense.

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In “Yardie,” a drug courier struggles to let go of his desire for revenge.

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The Austrian drama ‘Styx’ is part moral allegory, part nautical thriller.

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Julianne Moore plays a middle-aged divorced woman looking for late-in-life love.

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Matt Smith stars as the late bad-boy artist in this boring, by-the-book biopic.

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“The Wedding Guest” is disguised as a thriller, but it’s really a provocative drama about empowerment.

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This tale of an Icelandic eco-activist offers clever counterprogramming to ‘Captain Marvel.’

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Brie Larson never finds the sweet spot between low-key humor and the compelling machisma her character deserves.

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Christian Petzold’s modern-dress drama feels both disorienting and familiar.

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French filmmaker Gaspar Noé is back with his most accessible film to date.

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The sexual-identity drama travels an unexpected path, but its adolescent hero is boring.

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The Oscar-shortlisted “Birds of Passage” is set among the indigenous Wayuu people.

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The feature debut of gifted animator Milorad Krstic is a visual pastiche, and not much else.

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Isabelle Huppert and Chloë Grace Moretz star in a tale of obsession and violence.

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A beautiful animated film turns political fearmongering into a metaphor for disease.

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The documentary has a wealth of sensory experiences for audiences. But the story is actually told through mundane details.

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