AT THE MOVIES: Pig goes ham on being a meditation on coping with grief
AT THE MOVIES: The only fleetingly engaging False Positive largely lacks a pulse
AT THE MOVIES: The generic PIXAR title Luca struggles to find its sea legs
AT THE MOVIES: 96k reasons why 'In the Heights 'is simply glorious
AT THE MOVIES: Cruella provides more wicked fun than expected
AT THE MOVIES: Difficulties in adjusting to a new reality are vividly-realized in 'The Killing of Tw
AT THE MOVIES: The Human Factor is a straightforward but informative documentary
AT THE MOVIES: The Mitchells vs. The Machines delivers hysterical gags and creative animation
AT THE MOVIES: Without Remorse is a movie without much excitement
AT THE MOVIES: Take a big o'l swig of remarkable filmmaking with Another Round
AT THE MOVIES: The Father is a devastating and thoughtful work
AT THE MOVIES: Godzilla vs. Kong does a fun monster mash
'French Exit' only has fleeting glimpses of artistic success
Settle in with the quietly powerful ambiance of Nomadland
Zack Snyder's Justice League improves on the past in more ways than one
AT THE MOVIES: The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run focuses too much on the past to its own detrim
Raya and the Last Dragon doesn't break the mold but does touch your heart
The latest Russo Brothers movie isn't quite a Cherry bomb but it's no hit either
Flora & Ulysses doesn’t so much soar as it does agreeably glide
Lots of words are spoken in Malcolm & Marie but nothing profound gets said
'A Sun' is a richly complex feat both visually, thematically
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Regina King makes impressive directorial debut with One Night in Miami
Chadwick Boseman, an intimate scope make Ma Rainey's 'Black Bottom' emotionally urgent experience
Soul has got heart and visual imagination to spare