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  • The Shape of Water
  • The Shape of Water (R)

    The Shape of Water, the latest fantasy from director Guillermo del Toro (Hellboy, Pan's Labyrinth), is essentially a children's movie for adults, inspiring a sense of wonder but also of passivity. more...
  • Lady Bird
  • Lady Bird (R)

    Lady Bird, which hit theaters earlier this month, has collected sterling reviews proclaiming its writer-director, Greta Gerwig, an important new voice in American movies. more...
  • I Love You, Daddy (R)

    Louis C.K. directed and stars in this comedy drama about a television producer whose teenage daughter (Chloë Grace Moretz) is being pursued by an older film director (John Malkovich). 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...
  • Suburbicon
  • Suburbicon (R)

    The title refers to a picture-perfect (read: lily-white) American suburb in 1959, where two stories transpire in adjacent houses: in one, a black family who have just moved in meet with a torrent of abuse from their white neighbors, while next door, a bespectacled, white-collar dad (Matt Damon) tries to cope with the prying questions of his young son after a home invasion that left the boy's mother (Julianne Moore) dead. more...
  • Jigsaw (R)

    Michael and Peter Spierig directed this horror-crime hybrid about the villain from the long-running Saw franchise. more...
  • All I See Is You (R)

    A blind woman (Blake Lively) regains her sight, which complicates her relationship with her husband (Jason Clarke). more...
  • Leatherface (R)

    Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury directed this new entry in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre horror franchise, a prequel in which a teenage Leatherface escapes from a mental hospital. more...
  • Woodshock
  • Woodshock (R)

    Fashion-designing sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy break into moviemaking with this gauzy art film, described in press notes as "a hypnotic exploration of isolation, paranoia, and grief that exists in a dream-world all its own." more...
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  • Stronger
  • Stronger (R)

    Jake Gyllenhaal stars as Jeff Bauman, who lost both his legs above the knee in the Boston Marathon bombing of April 2013. more...
  • American Assassin
  • American Assassin (R)

    Somewhere along the way Michael Cuesta morphed from a creator of thoughtful indie dramas (L.I.E., from 2001) into an action director (Showtime's Homeland); if he ever wants to tackle a James Bond movie, this nonstop spy thriller should serve as his audition. more...