'Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles' speaks to the heart
Survival Thriller 'Ready or Not' Packs Heat & Plays for Keeps
'Jacob's Ladder,' another remake nobody asked for, and more movies
'Angel Has Fallen' but Gerard Butler manages to get up for a third time
'This Is Not Berlin' vividly conjures a bygone Mexican counterculture
'Brittany Runs a Marathon' gets real about body image and self-worth
Queer drama about a straight boy is tenderly provocative and markedly vital
Angel Has Fallen Review #2: Non-Stop Explosive Action Overshadows Any Shortcomings
Angel Has Fallen
Column: Middle school is the new high school. Catch up, pop culture
Critic's Choice: 'The Souvenir' and 'Last Black Man' bring true stories to delicate life
'Asako I & II' is a playful, haunting drama of love lost and regained
'Jawline' examines the fleeting fame of live streams
A grim fairy tale, 'Tigers Are Not Afraid' peers at war through a child's eyes
Angel Has Fallen Review: A Late Summer Action Surprise
'Bombshell' trailer: Theron, Kidman and Robbie are Fox News incarnate
Brad Pitt knows what really happened to Cliff's wife in 'Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood'
'Ready or Not' Review: A Bloody Funny Horror-Comedy That Takes Aim at the 1%
Now in theaters: Every movie that didn't want to compete with Disney
Spider-Man is leaving the Marvel Cinematic Universe after Sony and Disney talks fall apart
'Vision Portraits' beautifully expresses what it means to be an artist wrestling with blindness
'American Factory' manufactures insight into U.S.-Chinese collaboration
Frances McDormand's alleged Oscar thief walks as court tosses case
Guess we can't call it 'Bond 25' anymore: New 007 film finally gets a name
Film Review: Ready or Not Is The Horror Comedy of 2019
See the first glimpse of Johnny Flynn as David Bowie in 'Stardust'
Ready or Not Review: The Hunt Is on in This Devilishly Funny Black Comedy
'Marriage Story': Watch Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver in his-and-hers trailers
Phoebe Waller-Bridge promises that Fleabag's broken heart is going to mend
Ready or Not
'Ready or Not' sacrifices horror for irony and laughs to skewer the 1 percent
Radius starts with an unbeatable science fantasy premise, then gets weird
In 'Amazing Johnathan,' a director confronts meth addiction - and maybe even tries it himself
'Good Boys' is the biggest original comedy opening of the year
'Brittany Runs a Marathon,' 'Angel Has Fallen' and more new movies in L.A. this week
'All That Jazz' and more classic movies to see this week in L.A
Appreciation: 'Easy Rider' made Peter Fonda an icon. 'Ulee's Gold' made him an actor to remember
Analysis: #BoycottMulan in support of Hong Kong protests tests Disney and moviegoers
How Peter Fonda's LSD trip with the Beatles produced a classic John Lennon lyric
Film Review: Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus Proves a Successful Alien Invasion into Nostalgia Culture
'Good Boys' is a funny, raunchy tween comedy
'Batman: Hush' Review: A Classic Tale of Obsession, Improved By a Few Key Changes
Peter Fonda, the 'Easy Rider' star and counterculture icon, has died at 79
'End of the Century' Review: Love Is Ephemeral in the Best Gay Film of the Year
'A Girl Missing' Review: A Nurse Grows Sick of Revenge in Fukada Kōji's' Slow-Burning Thriller
'Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles' Review: A Sensitive, Lyrical, Animated Love Letter to Surrealism
Indie Focus: Taking off with 'Where'd You Go, Bernadette'
'Blinded by the Light' is guileless and geeky
Q&A: Why the Obamas became producers of the Netflix documentary 'American Factory'
Blinded by the Light
Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles
Cold Case Hammarskjöld
Where'd You Go, Bernadette
'Sextuplets' allows Marlon Wayans a multipart platform for lowbrow humor
'Aquarela' proves how to make an exciting documentary about water
'Low Low' marks a strong debut; plus 'One Last Night' and 'Awake'
Critic's Choice: 'The Harder They Come' changed the way the world saw reggae
'Jay Myself' salutes both a building and its longtime owner, photographer Jay Maisel
Mads Brügger's bold, unruly documentary 'Cold Case Hammarskjöld' investigates the death of a diplomat
Welsh thriller 'Gwen' has more on its mind than scares
In 'Blinded By the Light,' racism, Thatcher-ism and economic struggle influence '80s nostalgia
'The Second Sun' isn't worth a first look
'Kingdom's' sword-wielding manga heroes go to war in a thrilling flurry of action
'Driven' takes an uneven look at John DeLorean saga
Bruce Lee's daughter says Quentin Tarantino can 'shut up' or own up
'Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles'; an animated deep dive into the artist's mind
ZZ Top: That Little Ol' Band from Texas Review: A Rocking Doc for the Legendary Trio
Woodstock glorified them. Tarantino barbecued them. In 2019, whither the hippie?
'The Amazing Johnathan Documentary' profiles irascible magician in an illusory way
'Where'd You Go, Bernadette' works with a splendid Cate Blanchett at its center
Film Review: Where'd You Go Bernadette? Is An Uncreative Movie About Creativity
'Where'd You Go, Bernadette' Review: Cate Blanchett Can't Keep Richard Linklater's Latest From Getting Lost in the Weeds
Soggy sequel '47 Meters Down: Uncaged' is a waterlogged creature feature
'Good Boys' delivers all the bad behavior and big laughs a tween can handle
'Blinded by the Light' irresistibly blends Bruce Springsteen and Bollywood
Watch Emilia Clarke fall for Henry Golding in 'Last Christmas' trailer
Good Boys Review: A Hilarious & Raunchy Tween Adventure
'47 Meters Down: Uncaged' Review: This Jump-Scare Shark Sequel Isn't Worth Sea-ing
'Ready or Not' Review: Devilishly Fun Late Summer Surprise Mashes Up 'Clue' and 'The Purge'
Film Review: 47 Meters Down: Uncaged Delivers Non-Stop, Anxiety-Inducing Terror
'Mad Men's' Robert Morse revisits 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying'
'Little Women' trailer: Watch Saoirse Ronan lead the feminist charge
Quentin Tarantino says, 'Bruce Lee was kind of an arrogant guy'
Blinded by The Light Review: The Feel-Good Movie of The Summer
Film Review: Good Boys Is More Than Just Middle-Schoolers Cursing
Film Review: Blinded by the Light Is a Giddy Celebration of Love, Youth, and Bruce Springsteen
'Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles' Review: A Warmly Animated Slice of Film History
'Good Boys' Review: The New Gold Standard For Sleepover Party Movies
Exuberantly silly 'The Angry Birds Movie 2' flies higher than the first
'The Babadook' director Jennifer Kent tackles violence, misogyny and racism in 'The Nightingale'
The Angry Birds Movie 2 Review: A Fun Sequel That Surpasses the First
'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark' Spoiler Review: A Gateway Drug for Budding Young Horror Fans
'Hobbs & Shaw' maintains top spot at the weekend box office
L.A. movie openings: 'Good Boys,' 'Where'd You Go, Bernadette' and more
L.A. movie events & revivals: 'El Cid,' 'Rebel Without a Cause,' 'Woodstock' and more
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