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Dave Made a Maze

With its far-out visuals, a wacky sense of humor, and empathetic characters, this is a labyrinth well worth getting lost in.

Marjorie Prime

Are you ready to put in an order for your AI companion? Discuss.

Detroit

Director Kathryn Bigelow’s latest film is wholly in line with her body of work, for good and ill.

Columbus

Two strangers have a life-changing encounter in a Midwestern modernist paradise.

Brigsby Bear

The new wave of nerd film is upon us, and Brigsby Bear takes us to the next level.

Person to Person

Three completely unrelated stories of New Yorkers floundering through a day-in-the-life.

Landline

Remember New York in the 1990s? This family dramedy takes places in faraway pre-Wired Age Manhattan, sporting some ’90s indie film tropes, too.

The Little Hours

Jeff Baena takes a relatively simple plot and, through the kinetic performances of his troupe, crafts one of the funniest comedies of its kind in a long time.

The Hero

The material is familiar, but be ready for tears along the way.