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Deadpool 2

R   103 min.  

The uncanny merc with a mouth returns with paternal instincts.

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R   93 min.  

True love overcomes convention in this stylish, earnest romance.

Book Club

PG-13   104 min.  

Life, love, laughter, and literature for a classic quartet of actresses.

Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat

NR   78 min.  

Portrait of the artist as a young man is more a portrait of NYC.

The House of Tomorrow

NR   85 min.  

Punk coming-of-age tale is a little too sweet for its own good.

Pope Francis: A Man of His Word

NR   96 min.  

The pope, in his own words, through the lens of Wim Wenders

Solo: A Star Wars Story

PG-13   135 min.  

Should you have a bad feeling about this stand-alone Star Wars?

First-Run Movies

Avengers: Infinity War

PG-13   156 min.  

Earth's mightiest heroes face their greatest, most nuanced threat.

Black Panther

PG-13   134 min.  

High drama and high action as Marvel gives Wakanda life.


R   102 min.  

Butt-chugging gags can't hide Blockers' big heart.

Blumhouse's Truth or Dare

PG-13   100 min.  

Truth or dare? We say pass on this demonic schlock.

Breaking In

PG-13   88 min.  

Getting locked out of your house without keys has never been more dangerous.


PG-13   101 min.  

The car crash that changed America.

The Death of Stalin

R   107 min.  

Russia's political upheaval rewritten as dark farce.

Death Wish

R   107 min.  

Bruce Willis picks up where Charles Bronson left off.


R   114 min.  

Rachel Weisz explores the complexities and joys of choice in Britain's Jewish communities.

The Endless

NR   112 min.  

Sibling banter and cosmic terror means observational comedy horror.

Game Night

R   100 min.  

Monopoly was never this brutal before this crime-com.

Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami

R   115 min.  

Cultural icon Grace Jones, caught raw and wondrous.

The Greatest Showman

PG   105 min.  

Don't be fooled by this whitewashed version of the great huckster

I Can Only Imagine

PG-13   118 min.

MercyMe's hit song gets its own biopic.

I Feel Pretty

PG-13   110 min.  

Amy Schumer looks for laughs in body image comedy.

Isle of Dogs

PG-13   101 min.  

Wes Anderson's stop motion wonder is a tail-wagger.

The Leisure Seeker

R   112 min.  

Mirren and Sutherland reunite for a painful road trip.

Life of the Party

PG   105 min.  

Melissa McCarthy goes back to school.

Love, Simon

PG-13   109 min.  

Coming-out story remembers the romance.

Measure of a Man

PG-13   90 min.  

Even Donald Sutherland reciting fortune cookie wisdom doesn't save this YA snore.


PG-13   112 min.  

Unexpected remake of the Eighties' most questionable rom-com.

Pacific Rim Uprising

PG-13   111 min.  

Robots vs. monsters sequel is pure scrap.

Peter Rabbit

PG   93 min.  

Beatrix Potter's amiable bunny gets a CGI makeover.

A Quiet Place

PG-13   90 min.  

As monsters lurk, the world survives with a whisper.


PG-13   107 min.  

The Rock! The ape! The lizard! The ... flying wolf?


PG   96 min.  

Loving look at the Supreme Court member, and unlikely pop culture icon.

Ready Player One

PG-13   140 min.  

Video gaming and Eighties culture gets the Spielberg treatment.


R   108 min.  

Bloody vengeance fit for the #MeToo era.

The Rider

R   104 min.  

Powerful docudrama of life on the range.

Sherlock Gnomes

PG   86 min.  

Gnomeo and Juliet sequel heads to London. For reasons.

Super Troopers 2

R   100 min.  

Vermont's finest return, and this time they're Canadian.

Tomb Raider

PG-13   118 min.  

Lara Croft is back again!


R   94 min.  

Modern motherhood unraveled and rebuilt by the Young Adult team.

Tyler Perry's Acrimony

R   120 min.  

Tyler Perry takes on the "woman scorned" trope.

A Wrinkle in Time

PG   109 min.  

Ava DuVernay's adaptation of the children's classic rarely soars.

You Were Never Really Here

R   90 min.  

Joaquin Phoenix and Lynne Ramsay renew the revenger's tragedy.

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