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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

PG   100 min.  

Your friendly neighborhood web-head goes beyond Peter Parker

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The House That Jack Built

R   151 min.

Lars von Trier, back pushing buttons

Mary Queen of Scots

R   112 min.  

Period drama has no sense of history

Mortal Engines

PG-13   128 min.  

Dystopian YA adaptation relies on spectacle over character

The Mule

R   116 min.

Clint Eastwood enters the drug war in an unexpected role

Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki

NR   70 min.  

Behind the scenes as the Studio Ghibli mastermind returns to film

People’s Republic of Desire

NR   95 min.  

China's terrifying social media dystopia makes new media slaves

Tea With the Dames

NR   81 min.  

Share a cuppa with the great British ladies of the screen

Vox Lux

R   110 min.  

Pop star drama is all off-key

First-Run Movies

Anna and the Apocalypse

R   92 min.  

Scottish zombie musical is your new Christmas playlist

At Eternity’s Gate

R   111 min.  

Transcendent examination of van Gogh through his own eyes

Beautiful Boy

R   120 min.  

Steve Carell soars above this overly-earnest addiction biography

Becoming Astrid

NR   123 min.  

Pippi Longstocking creator's life story isn't for kids

Bohemian Rhapsody

PG-13   134 min.  

Boy Erased

R   114 min.  

Joel Edgerton goes to gay conversion therapy's heart of darkness

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

R   106 min.  

True life forgery black comedy rings surprisingly true

Creed II

PG-13   130 min.  

Predictable but still pleasurable new chapter and verse in the Book of Rocky

Dr. Seuss' The Grinch

PG   90 min.  

Everyone's favorite Christmas misanthrope loses his edge

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald‎

PG-13   134 min.  

Fewer beasts, but a much better story, make this sequel magical

The Favourite

R   119 min.  

Period drama puts power and personality first

Free Solo

PG-13   100 min.  

Staggering mountaineering achievement mixes vertigo with wonder

The Front Runner

R   113 min.  

Jason Reitman revisits a long-ago time when a sex scandal could ruin a candidate's shot at the presidency

Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween

PG   90 min.  

Slappy returns in this perfectly timed sequel

Green Book

PG-13   130 min.  

Jim Crow road trip may be simplistic, but it's heartfelt

Halloween

R   109 min.  

The night he came home again (for the first time)

The Hate U Give

PG-13   132 min.  

Astounding adaptation of YA novel critiques race in modern America

The House With a Clock in Its Walls

PG   104 min.  

Eli Roth swaps gore for delightful childlike Gothic wonder

Instant Family

PG-13   119 min.  

Adoption comedy is rocky but charming

Night School

PG-13   111 min.  

Kevin Hart goes back to school. Sadly, not comedy school.

Nobody's Fool

R   110 min.  

Tiffany Haddish can't beat the Tyler Perry equation

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

PG   99 min.  

Go see the actual ballet instead

Once Upon a Deadpool

PG-13   119 min.  

Deadpool is back ... and he brought Fred Savage with him

Overlord

R   109 min.  

How do you make killing Nazi zombies this dull?

The Possession of Hannah Grace

R   86 min.  

Diabolical horror in the morgue is DOA

Ralph Breaks the Internet

PG   114 min.  

Disney gets a lot of the bugs out of their arcade franchise

Robin Hood

PG-13   116 min.  

This umpteenth iteration of He Who Steals From the Rich to Give to the Poor puts its dumbness front and center

Roma

R   135 min.  

Alfonso Cuarón bleakly romanticizes his childhood maid

Smallfoot

PG   106 min.  

Furry animated antics as yetis find proof: Humans exist!

A Star Is Born

R   135 min.  

Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga headline this remake of a remake of a remake

Venom

PG-13   112 min.  

Spider-Man's nemesis gets a spin-off without web-head

Widows

R   129 min.  

Viola Davis leads an efficient heist that rarely blows the doors off

The Wife

R   100 min.  

Glenn Close is icily brilliant as a woman who refuses to be diminished

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