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Lady Bird

Greta Gerwig’s comedy is a funny and smartly observed female coming-of-age story

The Square

A Swedish dark comedy, set in the art world, that explores how fragile society’s veneers are

Human Flow

From Ai Weiwei, a documentary essay about the world’s refugees

Wonder

A sweet affirming tale about a fifth-grader facing challenges with aplomb

Wonderstruck

Todd Haynes’ film follows two kids, in two times, on quests to New York City

Thor: Ragnarok

This is the best Thor-centric film in the Marvel universe yet

The Killing of a Sacred Deer

Yorgos Lanthimos’ new slo-mo psychological horror film sets down in a normal American family

Jane

Brett Morgen’s new biographical documentary depicts the early research work of chimp-researcher Jane Goodall in Africa

All I See Is You

Things go weird in a marriage after the wife regains her sight

Blade of the Immortal

Lots of bloody samurai action from Takashi Miike

Goodbye Christopher Robin

This bio-pic tells the story of how A.A. Milne and the creation of Winnie-the-Pooh

Thank You for Your Service

Jason Hall’s drama examines the troubles faced by Iraq war vets once they return home

Tragedy Girls

A dark comedy about a pair of high school girls who are really really into murders

Only the Brave

Despite many generic tropes, this is a heartfelt tribute to a crew of fallen firefighters

Wendell G. Freeland: A Silent Soldier

A new documentary short film profiles the Pittsburgh-based civil-rights lawyer

Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House

Peter Landesman’s docudrama is a straightforward account Watergate’s ‘Deep Throat’

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