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The year's brightest lights ahead
In 1940, a married woman (Gemma Arterton) and a screenwriter (Sam Claflin) develop a growing attraction while working together on a propaganda film about the...
Kristen Stewart is excellent in Olivier Assayas's magnificently unconventional Paris-set ghost story.
Imbued with the spirit of exploration and a cosmic sense of destiny, James Gray's big-canvas jungle adventure joins epic company.
Anne Hathaway impresses in this brilliant genre-melting comedy that's part indie character study and part monster movie.
Oldsters rob a bank in a genial heist movie that doesn't quite shortchange you, yet doesn't pay dividends either.
This cartoon about a baby with a head for business is cutesy but boring.
The city boasts silver screens for all audiences, tastes and budgets.
Miami movies aren’t all cigar-chomping gansters, murders and moodiness. We look at ten flicks that show the funnier side of the Sunshine State.
These films will make an excellent choice as belts loosen and postdinner relaxation kicks in
The ones that give you a lump in the throat, the naughty ones and the nice ones, plus several classic TV specials
Based on an unfinished book by memoirist James Baldwin, this superb documentary charts the history of black activism during the civil rights movement.
They’re dancin’ in the street—and everywhere else—in Jacques Demy’s sublime musical masterpiece. Freshly restored to eye-popping vibrancy for a weeklong run...
If you're one of the faithful, this big-screen adaptation of the beloved teenage superhero TV show rekindles the spirit.
A live-action spin on the classic Disney animated romance, starring Emma Watson, honors the love for the original film.