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

'The Mole Agent'

‘The Mole Agent’

When the daughter of a Chilean nursing home patient suspects that her mother is being subjected to elder abuse and ...
'The Man Who Sold His Skin'

‘The Man Who Sold His Skin’

Chilling, satirical and full of irony, this contemporary drama about selling one’s soul for an alleged sense of freedom only ...
'Moffie'

‘Moffie’

When a closeted gay South African teen (a “moffie” in local derogatory lingo) is conscripted into the military in 1981 ...
'Concrete Cowboy'

‘Concrete Cowboy’

While Philadelphia’s Black urban cowboy community might make an interesting topic for a documentary, in director Ricky Staub’s debut feature, ...
'Pinocchio'

‘Pinocchio’

It’s hard to imagine how it’s possible to take a beloved children’s story and turn it into a tediously awful ...
'The Dissident'

‘The Dissident’

As much as we think we know about the gruesome, unimaginable murder and dismemberment of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the ...
'The Social Dilemma'

‘The Social Dilemma’

Though the cautionary tales here are noteworthy (especially for the younger and more impressionable users of social media), “The Social ...
'Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution'

‘Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution’

When the 1960s civil rights movement got into high gear, one constituency seeking equality felt left out -- disabled Americans ...
'David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet'

‘David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet’

Legendary broadcaster, documentarian and naturalist David Attenborough’s self-described “witness statement” summarizes the 93-year-old filmmaker’s experience in unwittingly documenting the accelerating ...