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‘Cafe Society’ is drippingly nostalgic, writes Michael Phillips There’s not much to “Cafe Society,” but for a while now Woody Allen has been getting by...

‘Ghostbusters’ is easy to like, writes Katie Walsh Much of the conversation around the gender-swapped remake of “Ghostbusters” has been protests from (mostly) male fans...

‘Life, Animated’ is based on a father’s memoir of his son’s autism, writes Michael O’Sullivan When Owen Suskind shows up for an interview to talk...

Beard speaks about massage scene in ‘Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates’, writes Stephanie Merry You’re probably going to be hearing the name Sugar Lyn...

‘The Secret Life of Pets’ humour is subjective, writes  Michael O’Sullivan The Secret Life of Pets” is like how I imagine dog food tastes: blandly...

‘Zero Days’ looks at the global threat posed by computer viruses, writes Adam Popescu What does war look like when the weapons are invisible? So goes...

‘Seoul Searching’ deals with a particular experience of assimilation, writes Stephanie Merry Writer-director Benson Lee draws from one of his own childhood summers for “Seoul...

‘The Innocents’ shines light on an episode shrouded in darkness, writes Pat Padua Set in the aftermath of World War II, the quietly powerful drama...

‘Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates’ is raunchy, writes Stephanie Merry Mike and Dave Stangle put the "bro" in brothers. Twenty-something salesmen, they›re the life...

Daniels were tired of adults’ nihilism, so their new movie is about a corpse, writes Michael O’Sullivan Filmmakers Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, collectively credited...