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C'mon C'mon

R   108 min.  

Joaquin Phoenix's avuncular turn avoids cloying family clichés

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Akhanda

NR   168 min.

Fantastical and explosive Telugu action drama

Benedetta

NR   131 min.  

Paul Verhoeven gets historical for his new take on nunsploitation

Encanto

PG   99 min.  

Disney's latest animated family adventure is magical if not overly memorable

Encounter

R   108 min.

A veteran fears that unearthly forces are after his sons

For the Love of Money

R   98 min.

Gigi may be done with the streets, but the streets aren’t done with her

House of Gucci

R   157 min.  

Ridley Scott is a bad fit for the tale of the fashion house's fall

The Humans

R   108 min.  

A family quietly implodes at Thanksgiving in this merciless Broadway adaptation

Julia

PG-13   95 min.  

The life and love of the woman who changed the American kitchen forever

King Richard

PG-13   138 min.  

And dad makes three in this Williams family tennis biopic

Little Girl

NR   88 min.  

Documentary about a young trans girl isn’t about her enough

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City

R   107 min.  

Gory take on the original survival horror game

Sword Art Online: Progressive - Aria of a Starless Night

NR   97 min.

New adaptation of the MMORPG anime

True to the Game 3

R   97 min.

Back to the streets in this latest drama adapting Teri Woods' novels

The Unforgiveable

R   112 min.

An ex-con flails to get her life back after a murder conviction

The United States of Insanity

NR   99 min.  

Inside the family of Juggalos, and the deranged government crusade against them

Wolf

R   95 min.  

An astounding performance at the heart of this strange tale of identity

Writing With Fire

NR   94 min.  

Documentary recounts the risks run by India’s women journalists

First-Run Movies

Belfast

PG-13   97 min.  

Kenneth Branagh's stunning if messy look back at his childhood in Northern Ireland

Candyman

R   91 min.  

Cabrini Green’s monster returns to manifest abiding Black fears

Clifford the Big Red Dog

PG   97 min.  

Unnecessary feature length adventure for the childhood friend

Dune

PG-13   155 min.  

The science-fiction epic gets the screen treatment its scale demands

Eternals

PG-13   157 min.  

Marvel’s immortal heroes overstay their welcome

The French Dispatch

R   108 min.  

Wes Anderson's candy-colored tribute to The New Yorker

Ghostbusters: Afterlife

PG-13   124 min.  

The next generation of spook-scarers makes this resurrection fun

India Sweets and Spices

PG-13   101 min.  

Insights into the Indian immigrant experience can't save this insipid rom-com

Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time

NR   127 min.  

Why we write: the creative processes of the author as a human being

Last Night in Soho

R   116 min.  

Edgar Wright travels through time into London's sleazy history

No Time to Die

PG-13   163 min.  

Daniel Craig's last Bond adventure is a misfire

The Power of the Dog

R   126 min.  

Benedict Cumberbatch is malevolent and magnetic in this High Plains tragedy

Ron's Gone Wrong

PG   107 min.  

Number Five, er, Ron is alive in this animated tech fable for kids

Sooryavanshi

NR   145 min.

Hindi counterterrorism cop drama builds up the Cop Universe

The Souvenir Part II

R   106 min.  

Second part of Joanna Hogg's chronicle of loss

Spencer

R   111 min.  

Diana biopic is short on history but excels as a spectacular fable

Venom: Let There Be Carnage

PG-13   90 min.  

Come for the dodgy CGI fighting, stay for the ... rom-com?

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