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A Danish documentarian investigates a decades-old plane crash — and stumbles on to a potential sucker-punch of a revelation that may be too bad to be true

Eco-documentary on H20 in the age of climate change — from crumbling icebergs to chaotic hurricanes — is both gorgeous and terrifying

Director Richard Linklater and his Oscar-winning star can’t quite save adaptation of Maria Semple’s novel about a women searching for herself

The spiritual prequel of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s ‘Superbad’ feels like it was made for and by 12-year-olds

Cynics won’t thrill to this feel-good movie based on a true story, but the uplift is there for those who need a rebuke to racism

Offbeat road movie follows two misfit dreamers rafting their way to a wrestling school — and reminds you why Shia LeBeouf became a star

True story of a football player falsely accused of sexual assault, told in the #MeToo era, is a nonessential telling of a vital story

True story of a football player falsely accused of sexual assault, told in the #MeToo era, is a nonessential telling of a vital story

Documentary on China’s single-child policy starts as a personal statement — and ends as a devastating indictment of a country’s complicity

Casey Affleck steps behind the camera for this stark character study about a father and daughter navigating a post-plague world