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Pete Davidson plays a version of himself in this shaggy, endearing, if overlong, comedy.
Grimly powerful indie is available On Demand
Turns out invisible men are still scary!
How do some workplace predators get away with it? Quietly incendiary indie provides clues.
Margot Robbie is gloriously unhinged in this whiz-bang comic action film.
Old-fashioned war film is thrilling and beautiful, if a little corny.
In the hands of Greta Gerwig and her wonderful cast, the classic feels fresh.
Anti-corporate film is serious, righteous, and urgent but could've dialed up the entertainment factor just a little bit.
All divorces are sad in different ways.
Tom Hanks as Mr. Rogers is exactly what we all need right now.
Yes, you need a three and a half hour film about the life and times of Jimmy Hoffa.
You'll want to regift this one.
The peerless Underground Railroad conductor gets the biopic she deserves.
A fun-loving Hitler? It could've been a disaster. Instead, it's one of the best films of the year.
The haves and the have nots clash in this wickedly dark social satire.
Almodóvar’s most personal film is also his most subdued
Renee Zellweger is great as Judy Garland. Now about that singing...
J-Lo rules in this wildly entertaining crime caper.
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll buy a pair of running shoes.
Do you have to love Bruce Springsteen to enjoy this film? No, but it helps.
Provocative film explores the dangers of white noblesse oblige.
Is it wrong to not tell grandma she's dying?