Former senator Christopher Dodd is stepping down as CEO of the movie industry lobbying group. He hosted the final screening at the organization's building before its two-year renovation.

Veteran film actor and D.C. native found dead in California hotel room.

A silly but exuberant sci-fi adventure and an intense, challenging war story.

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Luc Besson’s comic-book-inspired sci-fi adventure is a good-looking bore.

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A man in a midlife crisis seeks solace in a relationship with an elephant.

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The movie, based on an 1865 novella, uncovers a web of hierarchies in a 19th-century English manor.

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Christopher Nolan tells a rousing story of the Battle of Dunkirk in 1940.

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Queen Latifah and Jada Pinkett Smith star in a comedy about a wild reunion of old friends.

After a controversial, months-long search, Disney has its new Aladdin.

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The film is a low-budget showcase for director, co-writer and star Desmond Devenish.

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The latest installment of the sci-fi series is smart and emotional.

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  • Jul 13
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The likable supporting cast can’t save this implausible and unentertaining tale.

  • Sandie Angulo Chen
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The nonhuman characters are the best thing about the sci-fi saga of intelligent simians.

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French science biopic avoids some of the pitfalls of the genre — but not all.

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Husband-and-wife filmmakers Fiona Gordon and Dominique Abel write, direct and star in a cinematic circus act.

  • Pat Padua
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The husband-wife team added memorable flourishes to “The Graduate” and other films.

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The documentary captures a pivotal moment in the culture of the 1960s.

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This oddball but endearing film is a meditation on love, letting go and the nature of eternity.

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The documentary chronicles the undercover media group Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently.

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Documentarian Errol Morris profiles a pioneer of large-format Polaroid portraiture.

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