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Fifty Shades Freed

You could live the whole rest of your life without seeing part three and be perfectly fine

Winchester: The House That Ghosts Built

Her belief that she could cleanse her blood guilt by building a maze-like castle made complete sense

Tangerine

A fierce and funny indie film set amid the rough-and-tumble world of L.A.’s transgender sex workers

Kangaroo: A Love Hate Story

A new documentary exposes the perils kangaroos face in Australia

Félicité

Alain Gomis’ film depicts the resilience of a singer in Kinshasa

12 Strong

This account of the first U.S. battle in Afghanistan is both dusty history and uninspired

Den of Thieves

Bulked-up men firing automatic weapons at each other will always appeal to some viewers

Freak Show

Alex Lawther is the bright spot in this coming-of-age comedy

Mom and Dad

A dark comedy that takes aim at the pressures to be a perfect family

Phantom Thread and Call Me By Your Name

Two well-received, beautifully produced films that peruse the affairs of the heart

Four new animated films screen at Row House Cinema

Catch Birdboy: The Forgotten Children, The Breadwinner, Mary and the Witch’s Flower and Coco

Animation Show of Shows

Catch up with this anthology of animation from around the globe

The Commuter

The train ride back to the suburbs just got very, very dangerous

Paddington 2

The sweet-natured bear is back, and with a lot of well-known British actors

Four tasteless film classics from John Waters screen at Row House Cinema

Get filthy with Multiple Maniacs, Pink Flamingos, Female Trouble and Polyester

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