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Portrait of a Lady on Fire

R   121 min.  

Passion inflamed in this study of women repressed and resurgent

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10 Things We Should Do Before We Break Up

NR   74 min.

Bucket list rom-com about a couple bonded by accident

And Then We Danced

NR   112 min.  

Georgian coming-out-drama is extraordinary only for its location

Brahms: The Boy II

PG-13   86 min.  

The well-dressed, porcelain, miniature killer is back. Um … how?

The Call of the Wild

PG   110 min.  

Buck the dog makes another trip to the Yukon, this time with CGI assistance

Free Burma Rangers

NR   105 min.

Documentary about missionaries on the front line

My Boyfriend's Meds

R   100 min.

Manic episodes on vacation make for romance and laughs (apparently)

Standing Up, Falling Down

NR   91 min.  

Billy Crystal and a smart script add heart to this burnout dramedy


NR   88 min.

Take to the skies with this animated feature

First-Run Movies

The Assistant

R   87 min.  

The film industry’s quiet complicity in #MeToo crimes placed in stark context

Bad Boys for Life

R   123 min.  

Not bad, not good, just the same again from the aging action heroes

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

PG   109 min.  

Mister Rogers reminds us once again that we are loved

Becoming Leslie

NR   84 min.  

The complicated real life behind Austin's weird icon

Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)

R   109 min.  

Harleen makes her own way without Mr. J.

Color Out of Space

NR   111 min.  

Lovecraft adaptation finally captures eldritch horror

Come to Daddy

R   93 min.  

Family freakout with Elijah Wood in this slick and twisted thriller


PG   106 min.  

Downey has and is fun as the doctor who can talk with the animals


R   85 min.  

Tepid Hollywood remake of marriage dramedy Force Majeure never leaves the training slope

Fantastic Fungi

NR   81 min.  

There’s more to this wonderful biological documentary than mushrooms

Fantasy Island

PG-13   109 min.  

Our advice? Get back on the plane

Ford v Ferrari

PG-13   152 min.  

Enduring male bonding cuts through racetrack noise and paddock politics

Frozen II

PG   104 min.  

Back to Arendelle, but has the story grown up with the audience?

The Gentlemen

R   113 min.  

Guy Ritchie insists on ruining our fond memories of Snatch

Gretel & Hansel

PG-13   87 min.  

The woods are dark and deep, but far from lovely ...

The Grudge

R   94 min.  

A new haunting from the J-horror franchise

Jojo Rabbit

PG-13   108 min.  

Anti-hate satire in the ruins of the Reich finds heart and humor in the chaos


R   122 min.  

This joke isn't funny anymore (and wasn't to begin with)

Jumanji: The Next Level

PG-13   114 min.  

Back in the game for a fun if flimsier sequel

Just Mercy

PG-13   130 min.  

True-life story of prison injustice can't escape procedural bonds

Knives Out

PG-13   130 min.  

Cunning if slight murder mystery revives the whodunit

The Lighthouse

R   110 min.  

The latest from The Witch director finds madness in isolation

Like a Boss

R   83 min.  

Unpleasant workplace comedy didn't get the memo about jokes

Little Women

PG   134 min.  

Relish the contemporary touches in this new version of Alcott’s classic

The Lodge

R   108 min.  

Icy melding of horror and religion is cool, not chilling


R   119 min.  

World War I drama shows heroism in saving, not taking, lives


R   132 min.  

Bong Joon-ho heats up South Korea's cold class war

The Photograph

PG-13   106 min.  

Get ready for romance with this Valentine’s release about family secrets

Playing With Fire

PG   96 min.  

There's no spark in this joke-free firefighters-versus-kids flop

Sonic the Hedgehog

PG   98 min.  

The Sega speedster finally arrives with all the nostalgic fun intact

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

PG-13   141 min.  

The saga ends … in fan service

The Turning

PG-13   94 min.  

Henry James' creepy classic resurrected yet again

Uncut Gems

R   135 min.  

Sandler and the Safdies take a roller-coaster through the NYC Diamond District


PG-13   95 min.  

Neo-creature feature is a soggy mess

Zombieland: Double Tap

R   99 min.  

Zomcom sequel doesn't have the splattering charm of the original

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