In Theaters

STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI (Disney/Lucasfilm)

Here’s your handy guide to what’s coming soon to a theater near you. It’s by no means an exhaustive list of “everything good”–this is simply what we’ve covered. Updated regularly–links to trailers where we can find them!

 

OUT NOW

 

Lady Bird: Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut is one of the year’s very best. (David’s Rating: 4/4)

Coco: Pixar’s latest is a musical delight. (David’s Review: 3.5/4)

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri: Martin McDonagh’s latest ode to broken people is fittingly flawed, but excellently performed. (Tyler’s Review: 3/4)

The Disaster Artist: James Franco was born to tell this story of accidental genius. (David’s Review: 3/4)

The Shape of Water: Guillermo del Toro’s magical fable is one of the most heartwarming films of the year. (Chase’s Review: 3.5/4)

Star Wars: The Last Jedi: It’s a brave leap forward for the saga, thanks to Rian Johnson’s keen eye and focus on character. (David’s Review: 3.5/4)

Call Me By Your Name: Luca Guadagnino’s adaptation is as swoon-worthy as it is Oscar-worthy. (Sean’s Review: 4/4)

Molly’s Game: Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut is worth seeing just for Jessica Chastain, but it’s pretty good regardless. (David’s Review: 3/4)

Phantom Thread: Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest is his best film in a decade, a sumptuous chamber romance with two mesmerizing leads. (Chase’s Review: 4/4)

The Post: Spielberg’s latest is both a historical crowd-pleaser and a galvanizing call to action. (David’s Review: 3.5/4)

 

COMING SOON

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