in cinemas US and Canada

MaryAnn’s quick take: This 60-year-old story of pursuing a dream with resolute kindness could not feel more fresh in its knowing class clash. Lesley Manville is an absolute treasure in Mrs Harris Goes to Paris, her command of comedic pathos supreme. Read the review…

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opening Sep 23

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Avatar (rerelease)
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Don’t Worry Darling
  
I’m planning to see…
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Catherine, Called Birdy
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The Infernal Machine*
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The Justice of Bunny King
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The Railway Children Return

(*also available to stream at home)

now playing

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Confess, Fletch*
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Elvis*
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Emergency Declaration
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Everything Everywhere All at Once*
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A Love Song
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Nope*
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See How They Run
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Breaking*
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Clerks III
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DC League of Super-Pets*
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Fall
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True Things
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Waiting for Bojangles
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Gigi & Nate
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Jurassic World Dominion*
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Resurrection*

decipher

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worth paying multiplex prices for
yellow for maybe
worth a look, but wait for streaming or 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