Pick of the Week
Smart, sinister sci-fi film about human error and techno-terror
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Tom Hardy leads an international cast in this Soviet-era serial killer thriller
Disneynature doc profiles Sri Lanka's famed Temple Troop of toque macaques
Hindi language sci-fi thriller about an invisible vigilante
Kevin James' Segway-riding security guard is back
Drafthouse Films reissues this truly trippy oddity from 1981
Gamblers, mobsters, and high-stakes golf matches
A writer meets the murderer who stole his identity
Social media strikes back in this grisly teen horror
Clint Eastwood and Bradley Cooper tell Chris Kyle's war story.
Witty charm, lively animation, and a swift pace help this animated superhero story rise a cut above.
Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer play guardians who fight over the custody of their granddaughter.
Impeccable visual effects don't counteract the film's lackluster emotional affect
This grisly, dark comedy is last year's winner of Fantastic Fest's Midnighters Audience Award.
Simple, elegant, and lovely, this live-action fairy tale enchants
Al Pacino is an aging rock & roller who makes an entertaining play for redemption
In this Hindi film set in the Forties, a detective works his first case
The kids are on the run – again
Mira Sorvino stars in this faith-based movie
Bye-bye bullies and basket cases; enter the DUFF – shorthand for designated ugly fat friend.
For all the commotion, it's just another wish-fulfillment fairy tale about a naive girl and her Prince Charming – but with tame BDSM.
Will Smith is a con man compromised by the reappearance of his shady ex.
Send this one directly to comedy jail
Sean Penn stars as a regretful ex-mercenary in this international game of cat and mouse
Jim Parsons and Rihanna pleasingly voice cartoon characters
Bio-doc about world-famous magician James "The Amazing" Randi
Brilliant World War II codebreaker Alan Turing, whose story is told here, was a pioneering figure in computer science as well as a closeted homosexual.
A killer force is spread through sex, and it's all very creepy and evocative
The Wachowskis' space opera starring Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum is a visual dazzler but a narrative splice-and-dice.
This comic-book riff on James Bond films finds fun amid the ultraviolence.
Austin's Zellner brothers make a wry heartbreaker
It's the latest romancer from Nicholas Sparks' by-the-numbers playbook
Ryan Gosling's controversial debut as a writer/director finally arrives
Despite heavy sports-underdog cliches, this film with Kevin Costner as the coach of an all-Latino high school track team taps into a lot of modern realities.
This doc calls out the spokesmen for Big Tobacco, Big Pharma, and Big Oil, as well as the tactics they use to blur the facts
This well-worn premise still has some life in it.
We extend a big bear hug to Paddington.
You can hardly lose with animated penguins … and how about that cameo from Werner Herzog?
Liam Neeson reunites with his Unknown and Non-Stop director for another action ride
Richard Gere joins in the fun at this revived hotel for seniors.
The lovable gang from the animated TV show leaves Bikini Bottom to come ashore.
In an otherwise tepid film, Julianne Moore delivers a terrific performance as a woman beset by early-onset Alzheimer's.
Cleverly executed, this vampire spoof by Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi, is a lot of fun.
Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts suffer a midlife funk in Noah Baumbach's latest
Helen Mirren plays an aging Jew who wants to win back a painting looted from her family by the Nazis