<i>I Am Not Your Negro</i>

I Am Not Your Negro

A new documentary essay from Raoul Peck reinvigorates James Baldwin’s 1960s writing on race relations in America


Fifty Shades Darker

This adaptation of E.L. James’ erotic novel is bad enough to enjoy as a trainwreck

John Wick: Chapter 2

There’s a high body count, and some mesmerizing fight choreography in this actioner sequel

A Cure for Wellness

This gothic thriller, with a nutty plot and set in a sanitarium, is handsomely produced but far too long

The 2017 Oscar-nominated documentary short films screen

Catch these on the big screen before filling out your ballot

The 2017 Oscar-nominated Live Shorts

Five short films screen theatrically before the Feb. 26 awards show

The LEGO Batman Movie

The film is presented as a parody of superhero movies that plays out a lot like a standard actioner


Pedro Almodóvar’s new film recalls Hollywood’s classic women-centered melodramas

Oscar-Nominated Animated Shorts

The short “Pear Cider and Cigarettes” is a compelling story of one man’s friendship with a troubled soul

The Space Between Us

A preposterously plotted rom com that downplays its more interesting aspects

Film Kitchen monthly films series returns with horror film ‘Don’t Let the Devil In’

The full-length is the latest from micro-budget filmmaker Courtney Fathom Sell

They Call Us Monsters

Provocative documentary from Ben Lear looks at issue of sentencing juvenile offenders

The Comedian

Robert De Niro plays a washed-up comedian in this unfunny outing

Hunter Gatherer

Good performances help ground this bittersweet and slightly off-kilter dramedy

A Dog’s Purpose

This sappy film is an insult to the intelligence of humans, and the fact-based reality of how dogs are


The late-1940s travails of the Chilean poet get a fanciful bio-pic treatment

Things To Come

Isabelle Huppert stars in this French dramedy about setting a new course later in life


M. Night Shyamalan adds multiple personalities to an otherwise rote locked-up-by-a-bad-guy thriller

JanuScary, at The Hollywood, offers five new horror films

Films include the Iranian spooker ‘Under the Shadow’ and ‘The Void’ from Canada


A caper-ish dramedy is buoyed by fun performances from Matthew McConaughey and Edgar Ramírez




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