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Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

PG   136 min.  

Ol' Webhead's latest adventure is a breathtaking masterpiece

New Reviews

Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman

NR   108 min.  

Animated Haruki Murakami adaptation finds his fabulist tendencies

The Boogeyman

PG-13   98 min.  

Can Hollywood just knock it off with the trauma horror?


R   96 min.  

Deliciously perverse battle of the sexes plays with lust and power

First-Run Movies

About My Father

PG-13   89 min.  

Sebastian Maniscalco wastes his paternal comedy material on a bad De Niro flick

Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret.

PG-13   106 min.  

Adaptation of Judy Blume's classic is just as perfectly poignant as the book


R   119 min.  

Rise and fall of the original smartphone as hilarious tech satire

Book Club: The Next Chapter

PG-13   107 min.  

Tedious sequel recycles that Golden Girls energy again

Evil Dead Rise

R   96 min.  

Deadites go to the big city in the franchise's fifth film

Fast X

PG-13   141 min.  

The Fast franchise gets bigger and a little closer to the end of the track

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

PG-13   150 min.  

A bitter-sweet farewell to the MCU's dysfunctional found family

John Wick: Chapter 4

R   169 min.  

Can the killer franchise give its dog-loving hero the ending he deserves?


R   119 min.  

Tense exploration of Afghanistan's chaos camouflaged as an action flick

The Little Mermaid

PG   135 min.  

Inessential remake of the Disney classic is bloated as a puffer fish

Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile

PG   106 min.  

Where's the beating heart in this beloved children's book adaptation?

Master Gardener

R   111 min.  

A lesser study in collapsing masculinity from Paul Schrader

The Super Mario Bros. Movie

PG   92 min.  

Bullet Bills and mushroom gags can't save this awful video game flick

You Hurt My Feelings

R   93 min.  

Julia Louis-Dreyfus receives some white lies in this relationship comedy

Special Screenings
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    Special Screenings

    ATX TV Festival

    Billed as "TV camp for grownups," this is a must for fans of the boob tube. The fest celebrates television, looking back at its history, where it is now, and where it’s headed with panels, screenings, and events where attendees and leaders in the TV industry talk, watch, and experience television together as one community.
    June 1-4. $335-535 for badges; $50 for virtual pass; individual tix, TBA. 
    Downtown Austin
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    Austin Jewish Film Festival Summer Series

    The San Antonio Jewish Film Festival and the Austin Jewish Film Festival co-present a series featuring eight great new films and bonus content to keep you entertained all summer. In honor of Israel’s 75th birthday, all films are Israeli, and for most of these films, this will be their Texas premiere. All are geo-locked to Texas, but those traveling can request an adjustment via email.
    May 28-Sept. 3 
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    Hill Country Film Festival

    Escape to Fredericksburg for this celebration of independent film with screenings at the Great Hall at Hoffman Haus and the Nimitz Ballroom. HCFF will screen short and feature-length independent films, as well as host filmmaker Q&A, panel discussions, parties and more.
    June 1-4 
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    Pan African Film Festival Presents

    AFS welcomes Los Angeles’ famed Pan African Film and Arts Festival for their first-ever Austin series, presenting a selection of the most acclaimed films from their February 2023 festival: Fantastic Negrito: Have You Lost Your Mind Yet? (D: Yvan Iturriaga and Francisco Nuñez Capriles, 91 min.), Fri., 7:30pm; The Africologist: Chronicles of Africa (D: Valerio Lopes, 72 min.), Sat., 2:30pm; and The Honeymoon (D: Bianca Isaac, 109 min.), Sat., 7:30pm. PAFF will also lead a free panel discussion for filmmakers on getting into film festivals, featuring reps from Indie Meme and Cine Las Americas (Sun., 2pm, Austin Public, 1143 Northwestern).
    Fri.-Sun., June 2-4 
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    Paramount Summer Classic Film Series

    What's better than a classic film in a cool historic theatre on a hot summer day? The annual series is packed to the brim with excellent films, with almost 100 of them programmed with themes such as Black Excellence, the Pfeifferverse, Hitchcock Week, Robert Rodriguez Presents, Majestic Ball Week, and so many more. Individual tickets and multi-film passes are available.
    May 26-Sept. 2 

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