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  • 12 Strong
  • 12 Strong (R)

    Conventional war movies about our ongoing engagement in Afghanistan are rare, probably because so few stories from the conflict can be framed as victories. more...
  • Thank You for Your Service
  • Thank You for Your Service (R)

    n a year of sorry national spectacles, none seems more bitter or pointless than the feud that broke out last month between the Trump administration and the family of Sergeant La David Johnson, one of four U.S. soldiers killed in Niger during an ambush by Islamist militants. more...
  • Thirst Street
  • Thirst Street (NR)

    A New York flight attendant (Lindsay Burdge), traumatized by her boyfriend's suicide, ventures into a strip club with some coworkers during a layover in Paris and falls for a charming lothario who tends bar (Damien Bonnard). more...
  • Trophy (NR)

    Documentary makers Shaul Schwarz and Christina Clusiau attack the hunting of big game in Africa, identify foreign industries that have profited from it, and profile individuals who try to save hunted animals from extinction. more...
  • Temple (NR)

    Cinematographer Michael Barrett makes his directorial debut with this horror film about three American tourists who encounter malevolent spirits while searching for an ancient temple in Japan. more...
  • The Trip to Spain
  • The Trip to Spain (NR)

    With this third theatrical spin-off, the British miniseries The Trip has graduated to a genuine franchise: it's like the Fast and the Furious movies, but with celebrity impressions instead of hot rods. more...
  • Their Finest
  • Their Finest (R)

    After the British defeat at Dunkirk, the film division of the UK's Ministry of Information sets out to produce an inspirational drama for the home front, a task complicated by the evolving propaganda demands of the British war department and the U.S. government. more...
  • Thor: Ragnarok
  • Thor: Ragnarok (PG-13)

    New Zealand actor-filmmaker Taika Waititi (What We Do in the Shadows, Hunt for the Wilderpeople) brings his anarchic sensibility and cheeky humor to this third entry in the Marvel Studios franchise, proving himself just as skilled at action-adventure as at quirky indie comedy. more...
  • Thor: Ragnarok 3D
  • Thor: Ragnarok 3D (PG-13)

    New Zealand actor-filmmaker Taika Waititi (What We Do in the Shadows, Hunt for the Wilderpeople) brings his anarchic sensibility and cheeky humor to this third entry in the Marvel Studios franchise, proving himself just as skilled at action-adventure as at quirky indie comedy. more...
  • Table 19
  • Table 19 (PG-13)

    In this flimsy, mildly enjoyable farce, the maid of honor for a glitzy Manhattan wedding (Anna Kendrick) gets dumped by her boyfriend, the best man, and shows up at the event to find herself seated at the misfit table of dateless guests (Craig Robinson, June Squibb, and Lisa Kudrow, to name a few). more...