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PG-13   90 min.  

Animated documentary gives a new look to the refugee experience

New Reviews

Charli XCX: Alone Together

NR   67 min.  

Pop icon's "making of" doc is a sugar rush of positive fandom


R   94 min.  

Adrien Brody gets dirty in this suitably scummy revenge drama

Gamestop: Rise of the Players

NR   94 min.

How a collapsed stock leveled up

The King’s Daughter

PG   90 min.  

Long-delayed historical fairy tale is an overdue oddity

La Soga: Salvation

NR   92 min.

Sequel to 2009’s Dominican action-thriller

Last and First Men

NR   72 min.  

Overlooked SF novel becomes a mournful but hopeful meditation

Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliché

NR   96 min.  

A daughter recalls growing up with a punk icon mum

First-Run Movies

The 355

PG-13   122 min.  

International crime-fighting with Jessica Chastain’s superspies

American Underdog

PG   112 min.  

Kurt Warner biopic is too winsome to win big


PG-13   97 min.  

Kenneth Branagh's stunning if messy look back at his childhood in Northern Ireland


PG   122 min.  

Social media and fairy tales meet in this gorgeous, grounded version of Beauty and the Beast


NR   93 min.

Multi-stranded comedy in Mexico City's hustle and bustle

Death Rider in the House of Vampires

NR   92 min.

Danzig gets dusty in this vampire Western

Drive My Car

NR   179 min.  

Ryûsuke Hamaguchi’s second masterpiece in a year finds the pain of love


PG-13   155 min.  

The science-fiction epic gets the screen treatment its scale demands


PG   99 min.  

Disney's latest animated family adventure is magical if not overly memorable

The French Dispatch

R   108 min.  

Wes Anderson's candy-colored tribute to The New Yorker

Ghostbusters: Afterlife

PG-13   124 min.  

The next generation of spook-scarers makes this resurrection fun

House of Gucci

R   157 min.  

Ridley Scott is a bad fit for the tale of the fashion house's fall

A Journal for Jordan

PG-13   131 min.

True story meets romance with an army father away from home

The King's Man

R   131 min.  

Spy comedy threequel is a king-sized disaster

Licorice Pizza

R   133 min.  

PTA's San Fernando Valley memories are blurrily sentimental

The Matrix Resurrections

R   148 min.  

Overly talky, shoddy action ... but at least it's a Matrix movie, right?

The Mitchells vs. the Machines

PG-13   113 min.  

Joy-filled animated family SF comedy is an explosion of fun

Nightmare Alley

R   150 min.  

Guillermo del Toro goes into the dark of greedy souls in this noir remake

Nightmare Alley: Vision In Darkness And Light

R   140 min.  

Del Toro's sideshow noir gets a monochrome transfer

Parallel Mothers

R   123 min.  

Almodóvar and Cruz's latest pairing unearths Spain's history

The Power of the Dog

R   126 min.  

Benedict Cumberbatch is malevolent and magnetic in this High Plains tragedy

Red Rocket

R   128 min.  

Simon Rex gets under the skin of this year’s most fascinating scumbag

Redeeming Love

PG-13   134 min.  

Nasty faith-based drama is Little House on the Prairie on Cialis


R   114 min.  

Ghostface is back in the serial killer/movie nerd franchise

Sing 2

PG   110 min.  

Animated singing animals sequel is bear-able (geddit?)

Spider-Man: No Way Home

PG-13   148 min.  

The multiversal smackdown you’ve been waiting for!

The Tiger Rising

PG   102 min.  

Feel-good family drama may lose the little ones along the way

The Tragedy of Macbeth

R   106 min.  

Joel Coen's stark and silvery take on the Bard's revenger

Venom: Let There Be Carnage

PG-13   90 min.  

Come for the dodgy CGI fighting, stay for the ... rom-com?

West Side Story

PG-13   156 min.  

Bernstein. Shakespeare. Sondheim. Spielberg. ’Nuff said!

Special Screenings

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