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Stephen Karam’s film adaptation of his powerful play acquires a supernatural sheen as a family gathers for Thanksgiving dinner.
Ben Platt returns in the movie version of the Broadway hit about a lonely teenager who exploits a classmate’s tragedy.
This mob drama folds family secrets and fading power into a story of operatic vengeance.
Benedict Cumberbatch plays a salesman-turned-secret agent in this stuffy Cold War drama.
Dan Stevens stars as a writer taunted by the ghost of his dead wife in this grating adaptation of the 1941 play.
A new documentary looks at the prodigious talent of Howard Ashman, one half of the musical team behind “The Little Mermaid” and others, before he died of AIDS at 40.
Kenneth Branagh’s fond, partly fictional portrait of William Shakespeare’s retirement is a soapy tale of family secrets and festering resentments.
Propelled by vivacious lead performances, Augustine Frizzell’s tacky yet tender debut feature follows two small-town waitresses on a moneymaking spree.
A spate of real-life murders in England in 2006 form the basis of this film directed by Rufus Norris.
The gangly antihero of the director Michael Johnson’s first feature is a teenage misfit stumbling is way through tragedy and isolation to companionship.
The director Alan Brown redirects the “Romeo and Juliet” narrative from interfamily rivalry to intrainstitutional homophobia.
A playwright’s short and tragic life is recounted in a layered form, using actors lip-syncing actual interviews.