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IN THE EARTH – “As trippy as it is terrifying”

NOBODY – “A balls to the wall goldmine of violent action”

NOMADLAND – “Beautifully sincere and heartwarmingly curious”

THUNDER FORCE – “A cringe-tastic viewing experience”

HELD – “Promising premise – disastrous execution”

GODZILLA VS. KONG – “Mass destruction = mass entertainment”

FRENCH EXIT – “Wonderfully weird with a delicious turn by Michelle Pfeiffer”

CONCRETE COWBOY – “Quite the profoundly affecting urban western”

BAD TRIP – “An oddly enjoyable ride”

IRON MASK – “A way overblown fantasy with major head-scratching results”

ZACK SNYDER’S JUSTICE LEAGUE – “Justice served”

THE FATHER – “A dizzying display of expert craftsmanship at work”

CHERRY – “Amounts to an ambitiously stylized showcase for Tom Holland’s acting chops”

YES DAY – “Inoffensive fluff for the whole family”

CRISIS – “A mostly gripping, albeit over-the-top, multi-perspective look at the opioid crisis”

RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON – “A plethora of mystical action and adventure to go around”

THE MAURITANIAN – “A wonderfully acted and oh-so captivating political drama”

TOM AND JERRY – “The shenanigans are cranked up high”

THE UNITED STATES VS BILLIE HOLIDAY – “Andra Day is an A-grade revelation – the script, not so much”

MINARI – “Nothing short of a tender achievement in filmmaking”

I CARE A LOT – “One deliciously dark blast from start to finish”

FLORA AND ULYSSES – “Is just nutty enough to work”

JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH – “A powerhouse in every conceivable way”

SAINT MAUD – “A chilling unravelling of unsettling proportions”

LAND – “Amounts to a 1 hour and 29-minute motion postcard”

A GLITCH IN THE MATRIX – “The bizarre reality questioning documentary you want it to be”

MALCOLM AND MARIE – “Emotionally exhausting”

THE LITTLE THINGS – “A more than effective neo-noir thriller”

PALMER – “Plays as a familiar, yet comforting, story of unlikely friendship”

THE DIG – “Unearths a pleasant viewing experience”

OUR FRIEND – “Effectively touching”

THE WHITE TIGER – “Quite the bitingly entertaining journey”

BROTHERS BY BLOOD – “The epitome of stark gangster fare”

SHADOW IN THE CLOUD – “A pulpy period thrill ride”

OUTSIDE THE WIRE – “A mostly worthy bullet-ridden distraction”

ONE NIGHT IN MIAMI – “Slickly produced and poignantly performed”

PIECES OF A WOMAN – “Dispenses palpable heartbreak by the handful”

WONDER WOMAN 1984 – “Much like the 80s, embraces excess – and it works”

SOUL – “An exquisite existential journey”

PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN – “The boldest movie of the year”

NEWS OF THE WORLD – “Has enough grit, grace and Tom Hanks to make it a passage worth embarking on”

FATALE – “A b-movie quality guilty pleasure”

MONSTER HUNTER – “Monster-sized mindless action”

THE MIDNIGHT SKY – “A mostly poignant mix of Star Trek level space drama and dystopian arctic thrills”

MA RAINEY’S BLACK BOTTOM – “Wonderfully lush and impeccably acted”

MAX CLOUD – “Fun retro video game shenanigans”

SONGBIRD – “The sickly script infected the final product”

THE PROM – “Isn’t an absolute showstopper, but rather a sufficient toe tapper”

SAFETY – “Plays it a little too safe”

LENNOX LEWIS: THE UNTOLD STORY – “A candid ringside seat”

BOX OFFICE TOP 5

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7.5

Godzilla vs. Kong
$13.4 million

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8.5

Nobody
$2.7 million

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The Unholy
$2.4 million

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8

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Voyagers
$1.5 million 

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