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In the Earth

R   107 min.  

Ben Wheatley's unexpected eco-horror is sinister and hilarious

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The Fever

NR   98 min.  

Brazilian realist drama pitches modern man against modernity

Jakob's Wife

NR   98 min.  

Crampton and Fessenden rewrite the vampire/hunter dynamic in this relationship horror-comedy

Monday

R   117 min.  

Sebastian Stan and Denise Gough let love slip and slide

99 Songs

NR   128 min.

Indian musical drama balances love and love of success

The Rookies

NR   113 min.  

Milla Jovovich sleepwalks through an action-comedy dud

SAS: Red Notice

R   123 min.  

The UK makes an entry in the "absurd jingoistic action" sweepstakes

Vanquish

R   96 min.  

Wooden Wick knock-off wastes Ruby Rose's star power

First-Run Movies

2021 Oscar-Nominated Short Films: Animation

PG-13   99 min.  

The also-rans are as good as this year's animated nominees

2021 Oscar-Nominated Shorts: Live Action

NR   130 min.  

Great performances bolster this year's Academy nominees

Chaos Walking

PG-13   108 min.  

Interstellar YA adaptation brings a new gender twist to the formula

The Courier

PG-13   111 min.  

A forgotten Cold War spy story gets a very British, very tragic retelling

The Croods: A New Age

PG   95 min.  

Pointless prehistoric sequel hasn’t evolved at all

The Father

PG-13   97 min.  

Anthony Hopkins gives a timely career highlight in this story of dementia

French Exit

R   110 min.  

Pfeiffer embraces her zaniness in this tale of the ugly Americans in Paris

The Girl Who Believes in Miracles

PG   100 min.

God turns up in a small town. Much like UFOs in the Nineties.

Godzilla vs. Kong

PG-13   113 min.  

The madcap royal rumble we were always promised

Held

NR   93 min.

Short-term rental horror as a couple fight for survival (and the keys)

Judas and the Black Messiah

R   126 min.  

The revolutionary power of Fred Hampton reignited in this powerful story

The Man Who Sold His Skin

NR   104 min.  

Tunisia's Oscar nominee layers art, commerce, and romance

Mank

R   131 min.  

Corruption, lies, and credits on the set of Citizen Kane

Minari

PG-13   115 min.  

Sublime and soulful drama about immigration, family and farming in 1980s Arkansas

Nobody

R   92 min.  

Bob Odenkirk gets gritty in this bloody, smart John Wick riff

Nomadland

R   108 min.  

Story of America's itinerant population wanders too much

Promising Young Woman

R   113 min.  

Unevenness sabotages this takedown of "nice guy" culture

Raya and the Last Dragon

PG   114 min.  

Disney's new Southeast Asian fantasy is a landmark, but loses its way

Shiva Baby

NR   77 min.  

Wry observational comedy puts the fun in funeral

Sound of Metal

NR   130 min.  

A musician's worst nightmare becomes a catalyst for change

This Is Not a Burial, It’s a Resurrection

NR   120 min.  

Extraordinary elegy to a dying village in Lesotho

Tom and Jerry

PG   101 min.  

Your favorite cat and mouse duo are back and in NYC

The Trial of the Chicago 7

NR   129 min.  

The famous anti-protestor show trial recounted

The Unholy

PG-13   99 min.  

Messy Catholic horror is weighed down by becoming a creature feature

Vakeel Saab

NR   130 min.

Remake of Pink takes on institutional sexism

Voyagers

PG-13   108 min.  

SF snoozer never exceeds its "Lord of the Flies in space" pitch

Willy's Wonderland

NR   89 min.

Nic Cage takes on animatronic birthday greeters (of course)

Wolfwalkers

PG   103 min.  

Gorgeous Irish animation speaks to the power of finding your pack

Wonder Woman 1984

PG-13   151 min.  

Diana Prince stars in an all-new episode of I Love the ’80s

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    Special Screenings

    Indie Meme Film Festival

    Two weekends of extraordinary cinema and community, with a curated selection of features and shorts from across South Asia. Special events include the opening night red carpet, closing night awards ceremony, filmmaker Q&As, and members mixer.
    April 16-18 & 23-25; badges available now 
    Online: www.indiememe.org

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