in cinemas US and Canada

MaryAnn’s quick take: Ostensibly a movie in the same way that a Victorian folly is ostensibly a Japanese temple or a medieval castle. That is: not at all. The King’s Daughter is like a themed high-school prom from 1994, and an accidental horror. Read the review…

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opening Jan 17–21

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I’m planning to see…
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New York Ninja
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A Shot Through the Wall*
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The Tiger Rising

(*also available to stream at home)

now playing

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Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn*
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Belfast*
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Dune*
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Encanto*
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Eternals*
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Flee
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The French Dispatch*
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A Hero*
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Jockey
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King Richard*
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The Lost Daughter*
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The Matrix Resurrections*
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Nightmare Alley
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The Power of the Dog*
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The Tragedy of Macbeth*
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Ghostbusters: Afterlife*
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House of Gucci

decipher

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worth paying multiplex prices for
yellow for maybe
worth a look, but wait for DVD, unless your favorite actor is in it
red for no
give it a miss
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my reaction under consideration
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my reaction under gag order for now
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not yet seen by me
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