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  • The Founder
  • The Founder (PG-13)

    In a key scene from The Founder, a new drama about the making of McDonald's, 52-year-old salesman Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton) tries to persuade the McDonald brothers, Dick (Nick Offerman) and Mac (John Carroll Lynch), to let him franchise their revolutionary fast-food business across the nation. more...
  • Fifty Shades Darker
  • Fifty Shades Darker (R)

    The title suggests a more extreme follow-up to the soft-core Fifty Shades of Grey (2015), but if anything, this ersatz-noir sequel from James Foley is more laughable than Sam Taylor-Johnson's gauzy original. more...
  • Fist Fight
  • Fist Fight (R)

    School's out for the summer, and on the last day of class at a suburban middle school, a teacher who's been laid off (Ice Cube) challenges a rival who's survived the ax (Charlie Day) to a fistfight out in the parking lot after the final bell. more...
  • 47 Meters Down
  • 47 Meters Down (PG-13)

    The only thing this so-called thriller has going for it is widescreen cinematography by Mark Silk, a pro with more than two dozen film and TV credits in marine work; he conveys the vastness and terrors of the sea far better than Johannes Roberts and Ernest Riera do with their preposterous screenplay. more...
  • The First Monday in May

    Director Andrew Rossi (Page One: Inside the New York Times) focuses on one of the hottest events on Manhattan’s social calendar—the annual fund-raiser for the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art—in this gorgeous, gossipy, yet penetrating documentary about the marriage of culture and commerce. more...
  • Florence Foster Jenkins
  • Florence Foster Jenkins (PG-13)

    The story of Florence Foster Jenkins, a New York socialite who became known as the world's worst soprano, has been told many times before—and beautifully, in the French drama Marguerite (2015)—but this is the version that will stick, because it stars Meryl Streep. more...