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The Vigil

PG-13   90 min.  

Yiddish horror blends the secular and divine in terrifying ways

New Reviews

Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry

R   140 min.  

Forget the details, relish the intimacy of this music documentary


NR   135 min.

Can a chess genius avoid the noose?

Dara of Jasenovac

R   130 min.

A forgotten corner of the Holocaust revisited

Days of the Bagnold Summer

NR   86 min.

A mother/son Hesher for small town England

My Zoe

R   100 min.

Can a mother's love conquer death? Maybe science can help …

Night of the Kings

R   93 min.

Myth becomes the path to survival in this African prison drama

Safer at Home

NR   82 min.  

Screen life thriller is just another dull Zoom meeting

17 Blocks

NR   96 min.  

Incredible home-footage documentary blows shows that no one is voiceless

Silk Road

R   112 min.  

Story of the Dread Pirate Roberts versus the FBI falls into bothsidesisms


NR   123 min.  

An Israeli in Paris contends with running away from his identity

Tom and Jerry

PG   101 min.  

Your favorite cat and mouse duo are back and in NYC

First-Run Movies


NR   106 min.  

Ukrainian post-war drama finds a nation dealing with and healing from PTSD

Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar

PG-13   106 min.  

Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo find a few laughs as vacationing friends

Blithe Spirit

NR   95 min.  

Mirthless rewrite of Coward's classic can't raise a smile, never mind a ghost

Breaking News in Yuba County

R   96 min.

Kidnapping comedy with a star-studded ensemble

The Croods: A New Age

PG   95 min.  

Pointless prehistoric sequel hasn’t evolved at all


R   102 min.  

Not everything that happens in Vegas ...


R   101 min.  

Vince Vaughn is screamingly funny in this Freaky Friday horror remix

Judas and the Black Messiah

R   126 min.  

The revolutionary power of Fred Hampton reignited in this powerful story


PG-13   89 min.  

Robin Wright heads to the country for her directorial debut


NR   104 min.  

Bleak but funny look at life at the low end of the high-tech gig economy

The Little Things

NR   127 min.  

Washington, Malek, and Leto never mesh in this uneven police procedural

The Marksman

PG-13   110 min.  

Liam Neeson is the action man again in this border thriller

The Mauritanian

R   129 min.  

Gitmo torture drama can't decide on head or heart


PG-13   115 min.  

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

Monster Hunter

PG-13   103 min.  

The beast-slaying game gets the Paul W.S. Anderson treatment

News of the World

PG-13   118 min.  

Tom Hanks evokes one of his most celebrated roles in this tragic Western


R   108 min.  

Story of America's itinerant population wanders too much

One Night in Miami ...

R   110 min.  

Regina King’s directorial debut floats like a butterfly, stings like a bee

Promising Young Woman

R   113 min.  

Unevenness sabotages this takedown of "nice guy" culture


NR   134 min.  

Portrait of the original Renaissance man lets obsession obscure the vision


PG-13   150 min.  

Time goes backward and forward these days …

Truth to Power

NR   79 min.  

System of a Down documentary looks beyond the band

The War With Grandpa

PG   94 min.  

DeNiro back on the "wacky gram-gram" schtick (hope the check cleared)

Willy's Wonderland

NR   89 min.

Nic Cage takes on animatronic birthday greeters (of course)

Wonder Woman 1984

PG-13   151 min.  

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

The World to Come

R   98 min.  

Frontier romance speaks of a love that cannot speak the name it does not yet have

Special Screenings
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Tahara (2020)

    A queer coming-of-age drama about an anxious teen girl who is manipulated into a romantic encounter with her best friend during the funeral service of their former Hebrew school classmate. Screening is followed by a Q&A. Co-presented by aGLIFF, Austin Jewish Film Festival, and Austin Black Pride.
    Feb. 24-March 2. $12; free for aGLIFF members. 
    Online: www.agliff.org

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