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A wide variety of comedies highlight the fest’s offerings from May 29–June 3.
‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ plays it pretty safe, but still manages to be a fun space adventure.
Arresting lead performances give this British psychological thriller an alluringly dangerous sexual energy.
Deadpool 2 might not be as sharp as the original, but the barrage of pop culture jokes keeps things fun.
Picks for our most anticipated films at this year’s festival.
Charlize Theron carries Jason Reitman and Diablo Cody’s tale of weary parental life.
From action blockbusters to heartfelt documentaries, our film critic picks the summer’s must-see films.
The overstuffed “climax” of Marvel’s long-running superhero series is undercut by the knowledge that it’ll continue.
The Argentinian film follows a hapless cog of colonialism disorientingly seeking escape.
Joaquin Phoenix captivates as a disheveled hitman in Lynne Ramsay’s hypnotic thriller.
Wim Wenders fails to return to form in the distant drama ‘Submergence.’
Edie Falco commands the screen in Lynn Shelton’s ‘Outside In.’
Steven Spielberg’s ‘Ready Player One’ delivers an occasionally thrilling VR pop culture overload.
Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs shows why his style is suited for animation, even if still overbearing.
‘Love, Simon’ plays off ’90s tropes for its simple—but groundbreaking—gay high school story.
Armando Iannucci’s latest film provides razor sharp pseudo-historical satire.
While Stanley Tucci shines, ‘Submission’ feels uncomfortably pre-#MeToo.
Wickedly witty characters drive Sally Potter’s latest film.
The brilliant Chilean Oscar nominee actually lets a strong trans person play a lead trans role.
Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool fails to capture the magic of actress Gloria Grahame.