A Round-up of New Movies in Theaters, Online and Available for Home Viewing



It’s the kind of movie that makes you go “awwwwwwwwwwwwww” about every 30 seconds. However, director Elizabeth Lo’s debut documentary …
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This sci-fi offering tries mightily to spin a cutting-edge yarn but just never quite hits all the right notes. As …
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'The Father'

‘The Father’

Despite a stellar performance by Anthony Hopkins and director Florian Zeller’s creative and unconventional treatment of his movie’s subject matter, …
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'The Dig'

‘The Dig’

Despite fine production values and an excellent performance by Ralph Fiennes, this elegant fact-based period piece about a lonely widowed …
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'Quo Vadis, Aida?'

‘Quo Vadis, Aida?’

The Srebenica Massacre of 1995 was one of the most horrific incidents of the Bosnian War, and the chilling events …
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'17 Blocks'

’17 Blocks’

Culled from 20 years of raw video footage, this up-close look at a Washington, DC family afflicted by the perils …
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'My Darling Supermarket'

‘My Darling Supermarket’

This quirky documentary about the lives and outlooks of employees at a Brazilian supermarket examines their unexpectedly profound insights about …
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'Night of the Kings'

‘Night of the Kings’

Stylish though it may be, this drama/fantasy about a storytelling ritual carried out in a remote prison ruled by inmates …
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'Bad Education'

‘Bad Education’

Despite a slow opening, this fact-based tale about the largest school funding embezzlement case in US history manages to get …
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