An indie movie about baseball and redemption.
An ultra-appealing movie for fans of British rom-coms and the Beatles.
In this Christian film by the Kendrick brothers, a basketball coach reluctantly coaches a cross-country runner.
A young man with Down Syndrome escapes his nursing home and finds adventure, friendship.
What we can learn from watching the Marvel superheroes find redemption.
A sad Brad Pitt stars in a movie about the space between fathers and sons.
A Chinese-American granddaughter grapples with saying goodbye to her beloved Nai Nai in China—without her ever knowing.
What the horror genre has to teach us about good and evil.
A charming movie about a British Pakistani teen and his love for Bruce Springsteen’s music.
A teenage Spiderman navigates a world where he is the chosen superhero successor.
An enjoyable though ultimately shallow film about a young writer trying to break into a late night show.
A luminous documentary film follows a young L.A. couple as they try farming.
A silly but fun new installment in the Men in Black franchise would make a good family movie night.
The Mustang encourages viewers to see the humanity in prisoners, even violent offenders.
From the Warner Bros’ vault, a documentary film captures Aretha Franklin’s 1972 live album and concert.
Film tells the fascinating if not complete backstory of J.R.R. Tolkien, author of The Lord of the Rings.
The Middle Eastern fable returns as a live-action film, with an empowered Jasmine and a positive cultural representation.
Superheroes take a victory lap in this fan-focused finale to the Marvel saga.
Breakthrough won’t win any awards, but the inspiration factor is through the roof.
Sweet, funny, and quirky, Mirai offers a warm-hearted and original look at family ties.
Beale Street tells us about music, family, racism, and injustice
Can you love someone you can never touch? That’s the buzzing premise of Five Feet Apart, a star-crossed romance between two teens afflicted with cystic fibrosis.
This gut-wrenching film asks sobering questions. The world is teeming with hurting children; what does the future hold for them? And what will we do about it?
Captain Marvel moderates the use of her gifts by conviction, not convention.