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Barry Wetcher/MGM/Warner Bros.

Sequel to boxing drama remixes Rocky II, III and IV but doesn't quite come out from Ryan Coogler's shadow more

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Paramount Pictures

Heartwarming comedy stars Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne as a childless couple that adopts three siblings more

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As war correspondent Marie Colvin, the Oscar-nominated actor is fully present, even though the film around her is simplistic more

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The first Muslim-American talk show host brings a fresh perspective on culture and politics with Patriot Act, but it's sometimes hard to keep up more

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Ben Stiller’s rigorously researched look at a 2015 prison break and manhunt gets a jolt from a powerhouse supporting performance by Patricia Arquette more

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Genre-bending film set on the eve of D-Day is full of chaos, explosions, goop and machismo more

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Joseph Kahn's profane musical is smartly constructed and full of thrills, but its satire of internet discourse is uneven more

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Just as drug cartels are all-consuming in Netflix's Narcos, cartel content seems all-consuming when it comes to Latinx stories in mainstream movies and TV more

Interviews & Features

Now streaming on Netflix, Orson Welles's long-lost drama is, at various points, masterful and slapdash more

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In Olga Chajdas’s film, a woman seeks a surrogate mother and then falls in love with her more

Film Fests & Special Screenings

The film is frequently confounding, especially about the late Queen singer’s sexuality, but Rami Malek’s performance feels authentic and the climax is spectacular more

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Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner's anthology series about descendants of the Russian royal family stars Isabelle Huppert, Christina Hendricks and Aaron Eckhart more

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Jonah Hill's film is enamored with its soundtrack and visual signifiers but lacks a critical self-awareness more

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Julianne Moore and Ken Watanabe conjure a mature understanding as strangers held hostage in an unnamed Latin American nation more

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Elizabeth Chomko’s directorial debut about a family dealing with dementia is beautifully acted but unremarkable more

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Donovan Marsh brings very little to this meat-and-potatoes, brink-of-war thriller that lacks a Jack Ryan figure to humanize it all more

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Matthew Atkinson’s weird comedy features Brett Gelman and Mark Little as two grown men acting like children more

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Courtesy of Netflix

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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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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