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Known for making up stories — and sometimes breaking them — the infamous tabloid gets its own exposé.

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Adam Driver stars as the Senate staffer who wrote the bombshell 2014 “torture report.”

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‘The Warrior Queen of Jhansi’ is set in 1858. It feels like it was made in 1958 — or earlier.

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Here’s what parents need to know.

’Tis the season when movies as entertainment are counterbalanced by Films of Substance.

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“Doctor Sleep” won’t make you drowsy, but it won’t keep anyone up at night either.

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Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding star in a likable yet slushy yuletide tale.

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The powerful film is structured as a letter from the filmmaker to her unborn daughter.

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Sprawling crime drama is one of the director’s most ambitious films in recent memory.

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The characters are all based on real people, but their humanity is given short shrift.

A heterosexual kiss did make it into an in-flight version of "Booksmart," whose stars are pointing out a double standard.

Here’s what parents need to know.

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Director Tim Miller finds just the right mix of action, suspense and old-school comic relief.

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The writer-director’s adaptation of Jonathan Lethem’s novel is stylish and well-acted, yet talky and twisty.

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The Harriet Tubman biopic may take few stylistic risks, but it is a stronger movie for it.

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“Unlikely” examines a crisis in higher education, with emotional manipulation and weak arguments.

  • Alan Zilberman
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The subjects of this film illustrate a paradox: Giving stuff away makes you wealthy, in a way.

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A family matriarch gathers her extended family together to deliver some serious news.

Here’s what parents need to know.

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The crime thriller is elevated by the topical theme of race and policing.

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