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The Nest

R   107 min.  

Pretense and aspiration collapse in this dour relationship drama

New Reviews


R   124 min.  

This animated science fiction based on a graphic novel set the modern standard of excellence for Japanese anime.


NR   91 min.  

Grisly horror where the doctor is in (and out to lunch)


R   98 min.  

Neo-slasher is quietly effective and bloodily harsh


R   105 min.  

Time-mangling racism allegory can’t be saved by its good intentions

Break the Silence: The Movie

NR   90 min.

BTS back on the stage, behind the scenes

The Dark Divide

NR   107 min.  

David Cross searches for sasquatch and heals his soul in this wilderness wonder

The Devil All the Time

R   138 min.

Evil in Ohio in this Southern Gothic drama

Foster Boy

NR   109 min.

The for-profit foster system exposed in this heartrending drama


R   107 min.

Dinesh D’Souza production. So you’ve been warned.

I’ve Got Issues

NR   88 min.  

Mournful, doleful, hopeful Austin comedy finds empathy in the edges


NR   90 min.

Dance, zombies, dance!


NR   101 min.  

French comedy-drama twists ethics, power, and sex in therapy

The Way I See It

PG-13   102 min.  

Portrait of presidential photographer Pete Souza has depth but lacks focus

First-Run Movies

Bill & Ted Face the Music

PG-13   88 min.  

Can we all finally just be excellent to each other?

The Broken Hearts Gallery

PG-13   108 min.  

Clumsy meet-cute should have looked at the best friends instead

The New Mutants

PG-13   98 min.  

The last of the X-Men finally get to the screen

The Personal History of David Copperfield

PG   119 min.  

Dickens’ hero gets a lively and innovative new interpretation


NR   108 min.  

Who doesn't need a buddy? (Even if they're a tape.)

The Secrets We Keep

R   97 min.  

War crimes revisited in suburban America

Sonic the Hedgehog

PG   98 min.  

The Sega speedster finally arrives with all the nostalgic fun intact

Space Dogs

NR   91 min.  

Disturbing history of animals in space is rightly upsetting


PG-13   150 min.  

Time goes backward and forward these days …

Trolls World Tour

PG   94 min.  

Too many notes make for a flat CG-animated sequel


R   90 min.  

Russell Crower bulldozes his way to unwarranted revenge

Special Screenings
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    Special Screenings

    Austin Film Festival & Conference

    For its 27th annual iteration, AFF is totally virtual, and is packed with film screenings and events. There will be five days of panels and intimate roundtables with the world’s biggest names in film and eight days of film premieres, screenings, and Q&As. Badges are available now, and exciting programming announcements are made regularly leading up to the fest, so sign up for the newsletter to stay updated.
    Oct. 22-29. Badges $175 until Sept. 15. 
    Online via www.austinfilmfestival.com
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    Special Screenings

    RTX at Home

    Rooster Teeth presents "the world's greatest animation, gaming, and entertainment event" virtually this time, streaming on their site and mobile apps.
    Through Sept. 25 
    Online via www.rtxevent.com

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