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Kirsten Dunst as Lee in Civil War. A24 hide caption

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Nisha Murali in the Apple TV+ documentary film Girls State. Apple TV+ hide caption

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Stephen King at a press conference in 2013, in Paris. Eric Feferberg/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Dev Patel in Monkey Man. Akhirwan Nurhaidi/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Niels Schneider and Lou de La?ge star in Coup de Chance. GRAVIER PRODUCTIONS hide caption

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'Coup de Chance' is a typical Woody Allen film — with one appalling final detail

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Carol Duarte and Josh O'Connor in La Chimera. Neon hide caption

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'La Chimera' is marvelous — right up to its most magical ending

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Godzilla in Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire. Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Finn Wolfhard, Celeste O'Connor, Paul Rudd, Kumail Nanjiani, Logan Kim and Carrie Coon in Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire. Columbia Pictures hide caption

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Jake Gyllenhaal is a former UFC star who becomes a bouncer in Road House. Laura Radford/Prime Video hide caption

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This recycled 'Road House' can't capture the B-movie spirit of the original

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Angela (Ilinca Manolache) is an underpaid production assistant on a film about workplace safety in Do Not Expect Too Much from the End of the World. Unifrance hide caption

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You can expect a lot from this freewheeling film about the 'End of the World'

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Sydney Sweeney stars in Immaculate. Neon hide caption

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Ed Speleers and Lindsay Lohan in Irish Wish. Patrick Redmond/Netflix hide caption

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Gu (Xin Baiqing) struggles with his own sense of impermanence in The Shadowless Tower. Strand Releasing hide caption

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A Beijing restaurant critic arrives at a crossroads in this absorbing family drama

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Julio Torres wrote, directed and stars in Problemista. A24 hide caption

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Katy O'Brian and Kristen Stewart in Love Lies Bleeding. A24 hide caption

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Shifu voiced by Dustin Hoffman and Po voiced by Jack Black return in DreamWorks Animation's Kung Fu Panda 4. DreamWorks Animation hide caption

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Koji Yakusho in Wim Wenders' film Perfect Days. Neon hide caption

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Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya are Paul Atreides and Chani in Dune: Part Two. Niko Tavernise/Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Staggering action sequences can't help 'Dune: Part Two' sustain a sense of awe

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