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Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?

NR   90 min.  

A true-crime family mystery indicts decades of racial violence.

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The China Hustle

R   82 min.  

The next global economic meltdown, in terrifying detail.

The Endless

NR   112 min.  

Sibling banter and cosmic terror means observational comedy horror.

Final Portrait

R   90 min.  

High art in Paris with Armie Hammer and Geoffrey Rush.

I Feel Pretty

PG-13   110 min.  

Amy Schumer looks for laughs in body image comedy.

Lean on Pete

R   121 min.  

Equine tale is a lot deeper than the cheesy subject suggests.


NR   97 min.  

Sleaze, violence, and a weirdly nuanced take on race relations.

Super Troopers 2

R   100 min.  

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


R   96 min.

Racist bikers versus the modern, diverse middle class.

First-Run Movies


R   120 min.  

Alex Garland's SF mystery is weird for weirdness' sake.


R   109 min.  

John Hamm sweats stylishly in gritty, grim spy thriller.

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.

Borg vs McEnroe

R   108 min.  

Tennis' greatest feud re-evaluated as an inner battle.


PG-13   101 min.  

The car crash that changed America.


PG   109 min.  

A moving and colorful addition to the Pixar filmography

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.

Early Man

PG   89 min.  

Aardman's prehistoric animation has some evolving to do.


PG   106 min.  

A beloved children's book gets a mediocre screen adaptation

Fifty Shades Freed

R   105 min.  

Mr. and Mrs. Grey break out the whips one last time

Finding Your Feet

PG-13   111 min.  

Upper class British rom-com plays for laughs.

Forever My Girl

PG   104 min.  

Nashville corporate country goes home in this sudsy snoozefest


R   114 min.  

Israeli drama brings offbeat levity to anti-war narrative.

Game Night

R   100 min.  

Monopoly was never this brutal before this crime-com.


R   93 min.  

Noir murder mystery for the selfie generation.

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, Tonya

R   119 min.  

Belated biopic redress for America's skating punchline

Isle of Dogs

PG-13   101 min.  

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

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

PG-13   119 min.  

High adventure and fun times in an unexpectedly entertaining sequel

Leaning Into the Wind: Andy Goldsworthy

PG   98 min.  

The enigmatic British environmental artist in the wild.

The Leisure Seeker

R   112 min.  

Mirren and Sutherland reunite for a painful road trip.

Love, Simon

PG-13   109 min.  

Coming-out story remembers the romance.

Maze Runner: The Death Cure

PG-13   142 min.  

YA dystopian trilogy finally comes to a close

The Miracle Season

PG   90 min.

Friday Night Lights for the volleyball scene.

Oh Lucy!

NR   96 min.  

Japanese/U.S. identity comedy.

Pacific Rim Uprising

PG-13   111 min.  

Robots vs. monsters sequel is pure scrap.

Paul, Apostle of Christ

PG-13   108 min.

Biopic of the Apostle.

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?

Ready Player One

PG-13   140 min.  

Video gaming and Eighties culture gets the Spielberg treatment.

Red Sparrow

R   139 min.  

Erotic spy thriller is Fifty Shades of Gorky Park.

Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero

PG   85 min.  

Charming, old-fashioned true story of one brave pupper.

Sherlock Gnomes

PG   86 min.  

Gnomeo and Juliet sequel heads to London. For reasons.

The Strangers: Prey at Night

R   85 min.  

Home invasion classic becomes a franchise.

Sweet Country

R   113 min.  

The modern Western goes to Northern Australia.


NR   90 min.  

America's class system goes under a bloody scalpel.

Tyler Perry's Acrimony

R   120 min.  

Tyler Perry takes on the "woman scorned" trope.


R   97 min.  

Steven Soderbergh's big-budget iPhone thrill ride.


PG-13   99 min.  

Helen Mirren fights off ghosts with construction tools.

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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