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Foul-mouthed superheroes, guilt-riddled men and an Irish boy with a knack for music make our top ten list
A searing investigation into industrial control of resources in West Virginia
There’s little reason for Star Wars: Rogue One to exist other than to make Disney money. That said, it’s not terrible.
Powerful independent gay drama was the most nominated after La La Land.
National Geographic hosts film all about pandas
Films include the always-popular National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation and Elf
Screening is followed by discussion with film's director by Metro Weekly editor Randy Shulman
Amy Adams anchors two new films, one in which she encounters aliens, the other in which her very existence has turned alien
Reel Affirmations presents Ingrid Jungermann’s comedy
The Alexandria film festival runs to Sunday, Nov. 13, with two LGBT films of interest
More than two decades after Wild Reeds, Andre Techine, one of France’s most celebrated modern filmmakers, offers another lyrical exploration of adolescent sexual awakening in...
Doctor Strange is a mind-bendingly magical origin story that manages to be just bizarre enough to stand out
Packed with simmering emotional resonance, Moonlight is, without question, the finest motion picture of the year
"I just don’t think it’s pertinent to talk about my personal life."
Reel Affirmations returns to its fall berth, with a just-announced closing film sure to generate buzz: King Cobra