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Solo: A Star Wars Story

Should you have a bad feeling about this stand-alone Star Wars?

Richard Whittaker, Review, May. 24, 2018

Show Dogs

Unfunny canine buddy-cop comedy is no man's best friend.

Steve Davis, Review, May. 24, 2018

First Reformed

Paul Schrader and Ethan Hawke burn in the divine for this meditation on faith.

Marc Savlov, Review, May. 24, 2018


Murder-mystery rewritten as a chilling fairy tale romance.

Danielle White, Review, May. 24, 2018

Birdboy: The Forgotten Children

Goya-winning animation finds the demons within us all.

Richard Whittaker, Review, May. 24, 2018

Mrs. Hyde

Isabelle Huppert glows (literally) in this SF-comedy makeover of the psycho-horror classic.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, May. 24, 2018


Hungary's Holocaust culpability unearthed in one small village.

Matthew Monagle, Review, May. 24, 2018

Outside In

Jay Duplass and Edie Falco in a story of post-prison re-integration.

Kimberley Jones, Review, May. 24, 2018

Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat

Portrait of the artist as a young man is more a portrait of NYC.

Danielle White, Review, May. 17, 2018

Deadpool 2

The uncanny merc with a mouth returns with paternal instincts.

Richard Whittaker, Review, May. 17, 2018

Breaking In

Getting locked out of your house without keys has never been more dangerous.

Steve Davis, Review, May. 17, 2018


True love overcomes convention in this stylish, earnest romance.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, May. 17, 2018

Book Club

Life, love, laughter, and literature for a classic quartet of actresses.

Matthew Monagle, Review, May. 17, 2018

The House of Tomorrow

Punk coming-of-age tale is a little too sweet for its own good.

Marc Savlov, Review, May. 17, 2018

Pope Francis: A Man of His Word

The pope, in his own words, through the lens of Wim Wenders

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, May. 17, 2018


Rachel Weisz explores the complexities and joys of choice in Britain's Jewish communities.

Steve Davis, Review, May. 10, 2018

Lu Over the Wall

Japanese mermaid tale with a big heart and a groovy beat.

Richard Whittaker, Review, May. 10, 2018

Measure of a Man

Even Donald Sutherland reciting fortune cookie wisdom doesn't save this YA snore.

Josh Kupecki, Review, May. 10, 2018

Racer and the Jailbird

Euro crime drama skips a gear in its switchback action.

Josh Kupecki, Review, May. 10, 2018

Life of the Party

Melissa McCarthy goes back to school.

Richard Whittaker, Review, May. 10, 2018


Unexpected remake of the Eighties' most questionable rom-com.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, May. 10, 2018


Bloody vengeance fit for the #MeToo era.

Marc Savlov, Review, May. 10, 2018


Interracial tensions boil over in 1990s L.A.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, May. 3, 2018

Bad Samaritan

David Tennant plays Hannibal Lecter, which is less fun than it sounds.

Richard Whittaker, Review, May. 3, 2018

Ghost Stories

Three very British tales of terror.

Josh Kupecki, Review, May. 3, 2018

Little Pink House

Courtroom drama makes dry property rights personal.

Richard Whittaker, Review, May. 3, 2018


Loving look at the Supreme Court member, and unlikely pop culture icon.

Kimberley Jones, Review, May. 3, 2018


Modern motherhood unraveled and rebuilt by the Young Adult team.

Richard Whittaker, Review, May. 3, 2018

Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami

Cultural icon Grace Jones, caught raw and wondrous.

Marc Savlov, Review, Apr. 26, 2018

Super Troopers 2

Vermont's finest return, and this time they're Canadian.

Marc Savlov, Review, Apr. 26, 2018

Avengers: Infinity War

Earth's mightiest heroes face their greatest, most nuanced threat.

Richard Whittaker, Review, Apr. 26, 2018


Sleazy modern exploitation falls off its poorly staked moral high ground.

Steve Davis, Review, Apr. 26, 2018

The Rider

Powerful docudrama of life on the range.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Apr. 26, 2018

The China Hustle

The next global economic meltdown, in terrifying detail.

Richard Whittaker, Review, Apr. 19, 2018

Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?

A true-crime family mystery indicts decades of racial violence.

Danielle White, Review, Apr. 19, 2018

The Endless

Sibling banter and cosmic terror means observational comedy horror.

Richard Whittaker, Review, Apr. 19, 2018

Final Portrait

High art in Paris with Armie Hammer and Geoffrey Rush.

Josh Kupecki, Review, Apr. 19, 2018

I Feel Pretty

Amy Schumer looks for laughs in body image comedy.

Steve Davis, Review, Apr. 19, 2018

Lean on Pete

Equine tale is a lot deeper than the cheesy subject suggests.

Marc Savlov, Review, Apr. 19, 2018


Sleaze, violence, and a weirdly nuanced take on race relations.

Richard Whittaker, Review, Apr. 19, 2018

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