Review: Gruesome horror sequel ‘Unfriended: Dark Web’ will make you want to log off

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Review: Does ‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again’ improve on the original? ABBA-solutely!

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Review: Race, class and violence intersect in the vibrant, uneven Oakland valentine ‘Blindspotting’

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Review: Race, class and violence intersect in the vibrant and uneven Oakland valentine ‘Blindspotting’

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Critic’s Choice: Andrew Haigh’s ‘Lean on Pete’ is a piercingly sad coming-of-age tale

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Review: Joaquin Phoenix stars in the captivating addiction drama ‘Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot’

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Review: Bo Burnham’s ‘Eighth Grade’ is a beautifully honest portrait of adolescent girlhood

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Review: Dwayne Johnson scales the heights in the thrillingly dumb ‘Skyscraper’

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Review: Boots Riley’s ‘Sorry to Bother You’ is an arrestingly surreal satire on class rage and cultural identity

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How the dazzling, overstuffed ‘Incredibles 2’ holds up a cracked mirror to present-day reality

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Time-travel romance, but no magic, in the Japanese anime ‘Fireworks’

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‘Three Identical Strangers’ is a riveting account of identical triplets separated at birth

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Jessica Chastain plays the artist who painted Sitting Bull in the inert history lesson ‘Woman Walks Ahead’

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The work of the great film critic Jim Ridley endures in ‘People Only Die of Love in Movies’

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‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ is a bright, cheery tonic from the Marvel superhero factory

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Violent, self-admiring sequel ‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ gets lost in the desert

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Isabelle Huppert gets pyrotechnic in the enjoyably screw-loose ‘Mrs. Hyde’

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Robert Pattinson delights in the sly, archly comic western ‘Damsel’

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‘Boundaries’ takes the road all too quirkily traveled

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We need more diversity in film criticism, but ‘Who is this movie for?’ is the wrong question to ask

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