Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly bicker, bond, and chase a bounty as The Sisters Brothers

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Moonlight was no fluke

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David Gordon Green’s Halloween is just another inferior Michael Myers rampage

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1989 called, and it wants its Predator sequel back

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The Little Stranger isn’t scary, but it is a supremely elegant riff on Gothic horror

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A teenager uses art as therapy in the arresting, self-devouring Madeline’s Madeline

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Spike Lee’s messy, funny BlacKkKlansman clowns on the dipshit thugs of skinhead America

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Angsty teens deserve better than the bootleg-X-Men melodrama of The Darkest Minds

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Fallout may be the most breathlessly intense Mission: Impossible adventure yet

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Dark Web has more sadistic, inventive fun with Unfriended’s online-horror premise

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Eighth grade sucks. Eighth Grade doesn’t.

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Weekend Box Office: America celebrates independence with funny superheroes

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Just in time for Independence Day, The First Purge pulls more thrills from America’s ills

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Leave No Trace is a moving return to backwoods drama for Winter’s Bone director Debra Granik

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Well, at least Uncle Drew isn’t a feature-length Pepsi commercial

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Tag turns male friendship into a petty, elaborate, sometimes amusing game

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Solo scores the softest debut for a Star Wars movie in more than a dozen years

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Han Solo brings not enough fun to Cannes, while a superb film makes its late-festival premiere

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#MeToo looms over a Cannes contender, while Michael B. Jordan flames out in Fahrenheit 451

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Jean-Luc Godard returns to Cannes to make a dunce out of our correspondent

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