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‘No One Will Save You’ Review: Kaitlyn Dever Gives a Virtuoso Turn in Intense Alien Home Invasion Thriller

Aliens infiltrate a young woman's house in this sci-fi movie from Brian Duffield, director of 'Spontaneous.'

‘Expend4bles’ Review: Jason Statham and Sylvester Stallone Take the Franchise to New Lows

Several newcomers, including Megan Fox, Andy Garcia, Tony Jaa and Iko Uwais, join the team for the fourth installment of the action movie series.

‘It Lives Inside’ Review: A Horror Debut About First-Generation Immigrants Falls Short of Its Potential

A teenager races against time to save an old friend from ancient demonic forces in Bishal Dutta's feature debut.

‘Stamped From the Beginning’ Review: Roger Ross Williams’ Absorbing but Limited Doc Recasts Black History’s Narrators

The director of 'Love to Love You, Donna Summer' and 'Cassandro' adapts Ibram X. Kendi's influential book about the roots of American racism.

‘They Shot the Piano Player’ Review: A Deeply Felt Portrait of a Virtuoso Who Wandered Into the Crosshairs of a Police State

‘Chico & Rita’ helmers Fernando Trueba and Javier Mariscal reteam for another animated film, this time combining documentary material and invented sequences to tell the story of a beloved Brazilian musician.

The Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick the 15 Best Films of the Fall Fests 

Career highs for Emma Stone and Nicolas Cage, a delicious Frederick Wiseman doc, a poignant gay ghost story and two knockout dramas about the refugee crisis in Europe are among THR critics’ 15 faves from Venice, Telluride and Toronto.

‘The Peasants’ Review: ‘Loving Vincent’ Directors Return With a Sumptuous Animated Portrait of a Polish Village

The new film from DK Welchman and Hugh Welchman is an adaptation of a Nobel Prize-winning Polish novel.

‘The Movie Teller’ Review: Berenice Bejo and Daniel Bruhl in Lone Scherfig’s Graceful but Slight Drama About Film Love

The director of 'An Education' delivers a different 1960s-set coming-of-age story, this one set in a Chilean mining town.

‘Hell of a Summer’ Review: Finn Wolfhard’s Summer Camp Slasher Film Is Limp as Horror but Likable as Comedy

Wolfhard and Billy Bryk are co-helmers, writers and stars of this film about summer camp counselors being stalked by a killer.

‘Wicked Little Letters’ Review: Olivia Colman and Jessie Buckley Reunite in Strained Period Comedy

Thea Sharrock directs a feature based on a real-life scandal that occurred in Littlehampton in 1920.

‘Sly’ Review: Netflix’s Sylvester Stallone Doc Is Alternately Illuminating and Evasive

The star is the subject of a film by Thom Zimny that includes Henry Winkler, Quentin Tarantino and Arnold Schwarzenegger among interviewees.

‘Widow Clicquot’ Review: Haley Bennett in Champagne Biopic with More Personal Than Professional Fizz

Tom Sturridge also stars in Thomas Napper's drama about the woman behind world-famous bubbly brand Veuve Clicquot.

‘The End We Start From’ Review: Jodie Comer Gives a Powerhouse Performance in a Compelling Climate Disaster Drama

The actress plays a woman struggling to raise her child after catastrophic floods drive them from their home in Mahalia Belo's film.

‘The Critic’ Review: A Ferocious Ian McKellen Is Let Down by a Script Favoring Histrionics Over Depth

Gemma Arterton and Mark Strong also star in Anand Tucker's thriller, scripted by Patrick Marber, about a writer who teams up with an actress on a blackmail plot against a newspaper editor in 1930s London.

‘Housekeeping for Beginners’ Review: A Delightful Dramatic Comedy About a Blended Family of Queer and Roma Outcasts

Winner of the Queer Lion in Venice, Goran Stolevski's film revolves around a set of characters living together in a house in North Macedonia.

‘Willie and Me’ Review: A Disarmingly Silly Slice of Americana, Served Up German-Style

Eva Hassmann stars in her directorial debut, playing a German woman who travels to America to see her idol Willie Nelson's farewell concert.