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Skyscraper

The Rock's take on The Towering Inferno is a damp squib

Matthew Monagle, Review, Jul. 12, 2018

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

Drac packs some serious SPF sunscreen when the Goth-ish animation goes aquatic

Danielle White, Review, Jul. 12, 2018

Filmworker

Leon Vitali, Kubrick's right-hand man, forever in the maestro's shadow

Richard Whittaker, Review, Jul. 12, 2018

Boundaries

Take a pleasant road trip with Christopher Plummer up the PCH

Josh Kupecki, Review, Jul. 12, 2018

Leave No Trace

Into the woods in this moving family drama

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Jul. 12, 2018

Whitney

Another glimpse behind the curtain at the late musical legend

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Jul. 5, 2018

Three Identical Strangers

Deception, research, and an almost unbelievable mystery of triplets divided at birth

Steve Davis, Review, Jul. 5, 2018

Fireworks

Teen anime adds parallel timelines to a Romeo and Juliet plot.

Richard Whittaker, Review, Jul. 5, 2018

Uncle Drew

Kyrie Irving's soda campaign gets a movie spin-off

Matthew Monagle, Review, Jul. 5, 2018

The First Purge

Blumhouse's political-horror franchise gets a timely prequel

Richard Whittaker, Review, Jul. 5, 2018

Ant-Man and the Wasp

Marvel's crime caper comedy sequel gets bigger, smaller, but still fun

Richard Whittaker, Review, Jul. 5, 2018

Sorry to Bother You

Sly sci-fi satire puts class, race, and selling out under the microscope

Josh Kupecki, Review, Jul. 5, 2018

Damsel

Austin's Zellner brothers head out to demolish myths of the Old West with Robert Pattinson

Danielle White, Review, Jun. 28, 2018

Eating Animals

Natalie Portman narrated documentary about the ethics of farming versus factory farming.

Jessi Cape, Review, Jun. 28, 2018

Nancy

Andrea Riseborough spellbinds in this drama of self-delusion and second chances.

Richard Whittaker, Review, Jun. 28, 2018

Sicario: Day of the Soldado

Cross-border thriller gets a bloodier, morally grayer sequel

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Jun. 28, 2018

Mary Shelley

Biopic of Frankenstein's creator lacks spark.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Jun. 21, 2018

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Latest dinosaur romp sticks to the equation, but still evolves the action

Matthew Monagle, Review, Jun. 21, 2018

Hearts Beat Loud

Nick Offerman plays father in this thoroughly modern tale of growing up musical

Danielle White, Review, Jun. 21, 2018

SuperFly

NYC blaxploitation classic gets an ATL reboot.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Jun. 21, 2018

The Quest of Alain Ducasse

Adoring profile of great chef is oddly flavorless.

Richard Whittaker, Review, Jun. 21, 2018

Incredibles 2

Pixar's superhero family returns with familiar but still welcome action

Josh Kupecki, Review, Jun. 14, 2018

Breath

Australian surfer dudes come of age in this literary adaptation.

Steve Davis, Review, Jun. 14, 2018

The Yellow Birds

Iraq War veteran's novel gets a sadly uninspiring adaptation.

Richard Whittaker, Review, Jun. 14, 2018

Tag

Ridiculous true story of childhood retained makes for ridiculous fun

Richard Whittaker, Review, Jun. 14, 2018

Summer 1993

Town mouse turns country mouse in this bitter-sweet reminiscence of Spanish childhood.

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Jun. 14, 2018

Pom Poko

"Lost" Studio Ghibli tale of raccoons in peril gets long-delayed release.

Richard Whittaker, Review, Jun. 14, 2018

American Animals

Truth, lies, and self-deception in this remarkable true-crime docudrama

Matthew Monagle, Review, Jun. 14, 2018

Won't You Be My Neighbor?

America's favorite neighbor, Fred Rogers, revealed as even kinder than you hoped

Kimberley Jones, Review, Jun. 14, 2018

Hotel Artemis

A bleak but stylish future, where only criminals can afford healthcare

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, Jun. 7, 2018

Hereditary

Toni Collette's burning inferno of a performance illuminates this extraordinary horror

Richard Whittaker, Review, Jun. 7, 2018

Action Point

Johnny Knoxville takes one for the team (again).

Richard Whittaker, Review, Jun. 7, 2018

To a More Perfect Union: U.S. v. Windsor

A deeply personal examination of 2013's landmark Supreme Court gay marriage case.

Matthew Monagle, Review, Jun. 7, 2018

Ocean's 8

Sandra Bullock is the other Ocean sibling in this all-female revamp of the heist franchise

Danielle White, Review, Jun. 7, 2018

Mountain

Scenes from the edge of the world in this meditative documentary.

Richard Whittaker, Review, Jun. 7, 2018

How to Talk to Girls at Parties

Neil Gaiman's short story gets an inessential musical makeover.

Marc Savlov, Review, May. 31, 2018

The Gospel According to André

Fashion legend André Leon Talley finally gets his glamour shot.

Kimberley Jones, Review, May. 31, 2018

Always at the Carlyle

Behind-the-scenes at NYC's legendary hotel is just PR fluff.

Danielle White, Review, May. 31, 2018

Adrift

True-life survival adventure stays afloat because of Shailene Woodley

Marjorie Baumgarten, Review, May. 31, 2018

Let the Sunshine In

Juliette Binoche looks for love in this unexpected Gallic rom-com.

Josh Kupecki, Review, May. 31, 2018

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