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Director Paul Thomas Anderson’s fascinating film may be the great actor’s swan song.
The sequel is as likeable as the first movie, thanks in large part to Hugh Grant’s performance.
The movie version of this tale works hard to suggest why we might sympathize with Tonya Harding.
David Lynch’s reboot on Showtime is 2017’s movie to remember, says our critic. Here, too, are the worst films.
The movie follows Molly Bloom’s journey from Olympic skiing hopeful to underground poker game host.
Although it sometimes feels like a 1980s teen romance, the love story casts a real spell.
Aside from Gary Oldman’s frisky pleasure in hamming it up, the film collapses in a pile of hogwash.
“Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” revisits the premise of the 1995 Robin Williams adventure film.
The film starring Matt Damon is as touching as the ’50s sci-fi classic “The Incredible Shrinking Man.”
This instant-classic popcorn movie makes clever references to the past while embracing the new.
The lovable bull is back in an enjoyable but spotty animated film from the makers of “Ice Age.”
The Korean film tells the story of an actress recovering from an affair with a married director.
The Norwegian film lifts many of those shocks from those horror classics, but does it effectively.
“Jane” includes fascinating newly discovered 1960s footage of the chimpanzee expert.
The Cartoon Saloon film never lets you forget that you’re here to learn an important lesson.
In the midst of all the sexual-misconduct allegations, the holiday film season offers some relief.
The actress of “Fargo” fame gives an Oscar-worthy performance in this black comedy on human nature.
Kenneth Branagh, Kenneth Branagh’s mustache and an all-star cast have fun in an old-school whodunit.
“The Square” features a star-making performance by a 50-year-old Danish actor named Claes Bang.
Our three heroines are visited by their insane mothers during the holidays in “A Bad Moms Christmas.”