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The ambitious second season of Netflix's doc series is a slower burn, but finds a compelling new character in Steven Avery's post-conviction lawyer more

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Writer/director/star Rupert Everett's unabashedly queer film doesn't sanitize or de-sex the Irish wit more

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David Gordon Green carves out some creepy surprises in this satisfying follow-up to John Carpenter's 1978 classic more

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Ike Barinholtz’s directorial debut, set during a fraught Thanksgiving dinner, serves up lots of food for thought more

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Carly Stone’s directorial debut, about a university student who wants her life to be a Nora Ephron movie, might remind you of Frances Ha more

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The death of filmmaker Rob Stewart changed the focus of this look at the commercial shark-fishing industry more

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Documentary about Janae Marie Kroczaleski is as much about body image as transitioning more

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Denmark's Oscar entry about a police officer investigating an abduction makes the most of its limitations more

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Steve Carell-Timothée Chalamet film about a father trying to understand his son’s struggles tries way too hard to be authentic, pure and true more

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The obsessive focus on telling a single, bingeable story means there’s no shape to the first half of this season, but it’s still watchable more

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Adaptation of Angie Thomas's YA novel about Black Lives Matter gets all its points across, but could have been more powerful more

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Mike Flanagan's Netflix adaptation of Shirley Jackson's classic will give you chills and make you tear up more

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Drew Goddard's Tarantino-esque film is a big, messy, overly long disappointment more

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Indie Canadian film begins as an interesting drama but soon becomes just another home invasion thriller more

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Despite rock climber Alex Honnold's unemotional exterior, this film about his attempt to free solo the sheer, 3000-foot El Capitan rock face is thrilling, white-knuckle viewing more

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Damien Chazelle's biopic about Neil Armstrong chases moments of rapture in the darkness more

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Mary Elizabeth Winstead is a revelation as a brilliant comic whose tough-talking persona masks deep issues more

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Film charting the rise and fall of the notorious New York City disco is thorough but grows less compelling the further away it moves from the dance floor more

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Jennifer Garner stars as a social media-obsessed mom in series from Girls creators Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner more

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Honestly, I suspect the only reason Marvel allowed this thing to be made was to defuse the argument that its movies are all starting to feel the same more

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