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The year's brightest lights ahead
Comedian Jordan Peele steps behind the camera for a brainier-than-usual horror comedy that forgets to go for the jugular.
Summoning his deepest conviction, Martin Scorsese transcends his filmography with a tale of Christianity in crisis.
Keanu Reeves is back in a sequel that, if anything, feels more gory, more stylish and more deliriously silly (and fun) than the original.
Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling star in a piece of musical euphoria that's as attuned to the genre's past as it is to today's anxieties.
This tender German comedy is a moving, often hilarious portrait of an unusual father-daughter relationship.
In this uneven Slumdog Millionaire-esque drama, a wayward child survives homelessness to be adopted into wealth, but his past haunts him.
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
Casey Affleck joins the ranks of giants in a tremendously moving portrait of grief
Based on an unfinished book by memoirist James Baldwin, this superb documentary charts the history of black activism during the civil rights movement.
Jafar Panahi steers another rebellious masterpiece.