Kaiju come back for world domination in this sci-fi sequel.
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This comedy set in a particularly idyllic Atlanta suburb has a gay love story, a blackmailing weasel and surprising emotional resonance.
A stubborn thirtysomething sentenced to spend time in an autism support group after an arrest finds romance, in this film starring actors with autism.
The film, from the brothers Carlos and Jason Sanchez, has echoes of the axiom “hurt people hurt people.”
A look at Afrofuturist films now available to stream, including the one that inspired Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s tour announcement image.
The unlikely 1970s box-office sensation about a lovable pooch is back. And some classics like “Casablanca” find a streaming home.
Review: ‘The Strangers: Prey at Night’ Delivers on Its Title
“The Forgiven” is heavy-handed from its opening moments through its end credits.
The director Hong Sang-soo shows us the less-than-glamorous side of a famous beach town.
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