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  1. Firestarter

    • R
    • Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
    • Directed by Keith Thomas

    Zac Efron stars as the father of a girl, Charlie, who is learning to control her powers.

    By Glenn Kenny

  2. Senior Year

    • R
    • Comedy, Drama
    • Directed by Alex Hardcastle

    Rebel Wilson stars in a back-to-school comedy that gets its laughs and drama — strained as they sometimes are — from the ways high school experiences have changed for Gen Z teens.

    By Amy Nicholson

  3. Our Father

    • NYT Critic’s Pick
    • TV-MA
    • Documentary, Crime
    • Directed by Lucie Jourdan

    A new documentary tells the story of siblings who unite to bring to justice the fertility specialist who impregnated their mothers with his sperm without consent.

    By Lisa Kennedy

  4. Pleasure

    • NYT Critic’s Pick
    • Unrated
    • Drama
    • Directed by Ninja Thyberg

    Bella Cherry (psst, it’s not her real name) has come to Los Angeles looking for success. What happens next is a surprisingly complex take on the porn industry.

    By Manohla Dargis

  5. The Hole

    • NYT Critic’s Pick
    • Drama
    • Directed by Michelangelo Frammartino

    A 1961 Italian spelunking expedition is the subject of Michelangelo Frammartino’s contemplative new film.

    By A.O. Scott

  6. The Innocents

    • NYT Critic’s Pick
    • Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, Thriller
    • Directed by Eskil Vogt

    Four children develop unusual abilities in this wonderfully eerie Norwegian horror movie.

    By Jeannette Catsoulis

  7. Kamikaze Hearts

    • Unrated
    • Drama
    • Directed by
      Juliet Bashore

    Juliet Bashore’s porn-world quasi documentary is a delirious and distressing portrait of two women’s tempestuous relationship.

    By Beatrice Loayza

  8. Montana Story

    • R
    • Drama
    • Directed by Scott McGehee, David Siegel

    Scott McGehee and David Siegel’s new film follows two adult siblings as they grapple with their terminally ill father.

    By Manohla Dargis

  9. Sneakerella

    • Comedy, Family, Musical
    • Directed by Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum

    This musical remake follows an orphaned boy in Queens as he falls head over sneaker heels for the daughter of a Manhattan footwear magnate.

    By Natalia Winkelman

  10. Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life

    • Documentary, Biography
    • Directed by Tomer Heymann

    The director Tomer Heymann situates the notion of celebrity in the context of not just performance and gay culture but also familial intimacy.

    By Kyle Turner


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