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Dune: Part Two

PG-13   166 min.  

Frank Herbert’s galaxy-spanning narrative continues

New Reviews

Drugstore June

NR   91 min.

Comedy about an extremely online pharmacist who investigates a robbery at her drugstore

Who Can See Forever

NR   80 min.

Concert film and documentary portrait of singer-songwriter Sam Beam (Iron & Wine)

First-Run Movies

2024 Oscar Nominated Short Films: Animation

NR   80 min.

Short film program celebrates the year's five nominees for Best Animated Short, plus two more commended shorts

2024 Oscar Nominated Short Films: Live-Action

NR   139 min.

Five films from around the globe make this year's Live-Action Short nomination list

All of Us Strangers

R   105 min.  

A ghostly meditation on grief that chooses the darkest path

American Fiction

R   117 min.  

Cord Jefferson's literary comedy lets the Black middle class shine

Anatomy of a Fall

R   152 min.  

French courtroom drama shows the truth of people is always complex

Anyone but You

R   103 min.  

Can opposites attract when they're both just awful?

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom

PG-13   124 min.  

Once-fresh aquatic superhero series smells like day-old fish

Barbie

PG-13   114 min.  

The doll that changed the world faces the world she changed in this fizzy meta-comedy

The Beekeeper

R   105 min.

Jason Statham hits people in the face in this spy thriller

Bob Marley: One Love

PG-13   104 min.  

Jamaican reggae pioneer gets the biopic treatment

The Boy and the Heron

PG-13   124 min.  

Miyazaki's gorgeous but oddly obtuse return to animation

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – To the Hashira Training

R   130 min.

Film expansion of the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba manga series and television show

Drive-Away Dolls

R   84 min.  

Ethan Coen solo effort is screwball without the comedy

Guadalupe: Mother of Humanity

NR   102 min.

Documentary uses reenactments to dramatize the five apparitions of Our Lady in Guadalupe

The Holdovers

R   133 min.  

Alexander Payne and Paul Giamatti reunite for a Christmas lament

Hundreds of Beavers

PG-13   107 min.  

Loony live-action cartoon about a 19th century fur trader who goes to war with the titular rodents

Land of Bad

R   110 min.

Russell Crowe stars as a veteran drone pilot attempting to rescue a special ops team stranded in the jungle

Lisa Frankenstein

PG-13   101 min.  

Diablo Cody and Zelda Williams show their Tim Burton love with charm but not enough visual style

Madame Web

PG-13   117 min.  

The Spidey-adjacent Madame Web isn't just bad, it's boring

Maestro

R   129 min.  

Truly moving biopic of musical leviathan Leonard Bernstein

Mean Girls

PG-13   112 min.  

This isn't your mother's Mean Girls. Because it's really bad.

Migration

PG   91 min.  

Minions studio wreaks havoc and fun with a family of ducks

Night Swim

PG-13   98 min.  

There's something sinister lurking in the pool in the latest Blumhouse horror …

Oppenheimer

R   180 min.  

Christopher Nolan's roaring, terrifying, and carnal tale of the father of the atom bomb

Ordinary Angels

PG   118 min.

True story about a small-town hairdresser's crusade to help a widower secure a liver transplant for his daughter

Perfect Days

PG   123 min.  

A toilet cleaner in Tokyo quietly goes about his days in this stirring Oscar nominated picture

Poor Things

R   141 min.  

Emma Stone thrills in this Frankenstein-inspired satire of self-actualization

Stopmotion

R   103 min.  

An animator starts to lose her mind in this chilling horror

The Taste of Things

PG-13   134 min.  

An utterly charming and touching tale of the tender relationship between two middle-aged chefs in 19th-century France

Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya

NR   132 min.

A man falls in love an android

Wonka

PG   116 min.  

Roald Dahl's candy king gets a flavorless and cloying origin story

The Zone of Interest

PG-13   105 min.  

Jonathan Glazer's Holocaust drama is powerfully distancing

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