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The Last Black Man in San Francisco

R   120 min.  

A gentle, poetic look at gentrification in San Francisco that shimmers with the winds of history

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American Woman

R   111 min.  

Sienna Miller pulls pages from a journal of loss in small town

The Dead Don't Die

R   105 min.  

After the vampiric bite of Only Lovers Left Alive, Jim Jarmusch shambles through this zombie flick

Late Night

R   102 min.  

Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling spark and bond in this timely and charming media satire

Men in Black: International

PG-13   114 min.  

The Men in Black stay thoroughly Earthbound in a sequel saved only by its stars


PG-13   114 min.

Ron Howard's new documentary on the great tenor


R   111 min.  

Three Shafts are definitely worse than one in this failed revival of the blaxploitation classic

First-Run Movies


PG   128 min.  

Another needless Disney remake buoyed on nostalgia and a handful of charming performances

All Is True

PG-13   101 min.  

"Who is it that can tell me who I am?" Not this Shakespeare biopic.

Amazing Grace

G   112 min.  

The lost concert movie of the nights that Aretha Franklin recorded her iconic album

Avengers: Endgame

PG-13   182 min.  

The end is the beginning is the end as Marvel's Infinity Saga reaches a satisfying, tearful end

The Biggest Little Farm

PG   91 min.  

Country life documentary may be an extended infomercial, but that can't dent its charm


R   105 min.  

The kids are better than alright in Olivia Wilde's raucous, resonant comedy


PG   116 min.  

Evangelical tract never raises a pulse


R   90 min.  

What if Superman, but bad?

Captain Marvel

PG-13   128 min.  

Brie Larson confidently lays the next cornerstone of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

The Curse of La Llorona

R   93 min.  

Latest Conjuring spin-off is a pale imitation of James Wan's original

Dark Phoenix

PG-13   113 min.  

The X-Men finally leave the silver screen with a story they already told

A Dog's Journey

PG   108 min.  

Bailey the dog is back, and this time he has a new purpose

Dr. Seuss' The Grinch

PG   90 min.  

Everyone's favorite Christmas misanthrope loses his edge


PG   115 min.  

Another Disney live-action remake, but this one has a little magic

Godzilla: King of the Monsters

PG-13   132 min.  

Who will win this epic new battle royal as Godzilla faces King Ghidorah?


NR   105 min.  

Documentary about the life of the master couturier and milliner should have learned his lessons about simplicity and elegance

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

PG   104 min.  

The dragon riders finally come in to land as the trilogy definitively ends

John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum

R   131 min.  

Welcome back, Mister Wick: Everyone's favorite merciless killer gets more human and more intriguing


PG-13   109 min.  

Time goes backward in this riff on Big (or maybe it just feels that way)

Long Shot

R   125 min.  

Timely political rom-com finds new common ground for opposites attracting each other


R   99 min.  

Octavia Spencer subverts expectations and racist tropes in this fun horror


G   76 min.  

Chilly nature documentary has a cuddly heart that's perfect for young animal lovers

Pokémon Detective Pikachu

PG   104 min.  

Pika pika pika? Pika pika pika pika pika pika pika.

The River and the Wall

NR   97 min.  

More than a nature hike, this border wall documentary replaces rhetoric with reality


R   121 min.  

Can this biopic of Elton John be as spectacular as the man himself?

The Secret Life of Pets 2

PG   86 min.  

The cute critters return, but breaking the pack up means no one has as much fun


PG-13   132 min.  

DC finally gets to the heart of why we love superheroes

The Souvenir

R   119 min.  

Joanna Hogg's dreamlike memoir of love and loss in 1980s London


PG-13   112 min.  

The trials and triumphs of the man who would create Middle Earth

The Tomorrow Man

PG-13   94 min.  

Lithgow and Danner give a charming edge to this predictable doomsday prepper meet-cute


PG   87 min.  

Ugly is as ugly does in this animated toy movie

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