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    • 'Suburbicon'


      George Clooney turns an old Coen brothers script into a lightly sneaky cousin to “Fargo,” with Matt Damon as an enjoyable scoundrel.

    • The Square

      ‘The Square’

      Ruben Östlund follows “Force Majeure” with another piece of high-wire sociological suspense, this one set in the museum world.

    • novitiate sundance


      Margaret Qualley and a fire-breathing Melissa Leo make vivid impressions in Maggie Betts’ intelligent, ambiguous nunnery drama.

    • Thor: Ragnarok trailer

      ‘Thor: Ragnarok’

      Thor battles his sister and Marvel franchise fatigue alike as director Taika Waititi injects a welcome dose of self-parody into the series.

    • Stranger Things

      ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2

      Bigger is not always better, and “Stranger Things 2” is a story told on a larger, messier canvas. But what’s good about it is irresistible.

    • Mindhunter Netflix


      Two FBI special agents in 1977 interview convicted murderers to understand the psychology of killers.

    • White Famous

      ‘White Famous’

      In this disappointing half-hour executive produced by Jamie Foxx, Jay Pharoah plays a rising star facing Hollywood stereotypes.

    • Dynasty review


      The CW’s “Dynasty” reboot reeks of mere adequacy — and darling, the Carringtons deserve more.


      ‘Springsteen on Broadway’

      “Springsteen on Broadway” is an intimate, revealing, and vivid live autobiography based on The Boss’ 2016 memoir, “Born to Run.”

    • Young Frankenstein musical review

      ‘Young Frankenstein’

      Mel Brooks brings his classic caper back to life, but the vaudeville musical’s stitches are all too visible.

    • Time and the Conways review

      ‘Time and the Conways’

      Elizabeth McGovern is a pleasure to watch, but this erratically directed revival does no favors for J.B. Priestley’s drama.

    • Honeymooners musical review

      ‘The Honeymooners’

      This musical adaptation of the 1950s sitcom might please die-hard fans, but the middling show is no pow, zoom to the moon.


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