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!




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)



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