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‘The Shift’ Review: Faith-Based Thriller Proves Hard to Believe In

Neal McDonough plays the Devil, here known as "The Benefactor," in this religious-themed sci-fi thriller from Angel Studios.

‘Family Switch’ Review: Jennifer Garner’s Netflix Body-Swap Comedy Is Ideal Holiday Background Filler

Garner and Ed Helms play parents who switch bodies with their teen children right before Christmas in the McG-directed movie.

‘Smoke Sauna Sisterhood’ Review: Women Come Clean in Estonian Oscar Entry’s Up-Close Look at a Purifying Ritual

Estonia’s Oscar submission is the debut feature by Anna Hints, who won the directing award in Sundance’s World Cinema Documentary Competition.

‘Silent Night’ Review: Joel Kinnaman in John Woo’s Gripping Hollywood Comeback

The actor stars in the director's first American film in 20 years, a revenge thriller featuring virtually no dialogue.

‘Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé’ Review: A Privileged Peek Inside a Star’s Artistry and a Crowd’s Ecstasy

Written, directed and produced by the musician herself, the documentary combines concert footage from the Renaissance World Tour with behind-the-scenes glimpses at the making of the album and the show.

‘The Senior’ Review: Michael Chiklis Scores in Rod Lurie’s Stirring Sports Drama

The film tells the true-life story of Mike Flynt, who played college football at age 59.

‘Genie’ Review: Melissa McCarthy in Peacock’s Ho-Hum Holiday Film

A genie tries to help a man repair his fractured family in this holiday film written by Richard Curtis and co-starring Paapa Essiedu.

‘7000 Miles’ Review: Wendie Malick Lifts Indie Dementia Drama

The veteran actress plays an elderly woman suffering from memory loss who may actually be a legendary aviatrix.

‘Leo’ Review: Adam Sandler Is an Advice-Dispensing Lizard in Netflix’s Animated Charmer

The actor voices a curmudgeonly class pet in this Netflix coming-of-age musical about fifth-graders facing their last year of middle school.

‘Lucha: A Wrestling Tale’ Review: An Endearing Doc Portrait of Bronx High School Girls’ Wrestling Team

Marco Ricci's documentary follows four young women who turn to their school wrestling team in a rough corner of New York City.

‘Wish’ Review: Ariana DeBose and Chris Pine Voice a Disappointing Tale of Two Disneys

Disney's latest animated offering — a celebration of the company's centennial anniversary — introduces Asha, a headstrong 17-year-old determined to save her kingdom.

‘Please Don’t Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain’ Review: The Latest Proof That Sketch Comedy Works Best in Small Doses

The comedy troupe and 'SNL' contributors make their feature-length film debut with this wacky comedy.

‘Tiger Stripes’ Review: In Malaysia’s Oscar Entry, Puberty Is a Nightmare

Amanda Nell Eu's Cannes Critics' Week prize-winning feature follows three middle-schoolers whose bodily changes are accompanied by creepy happenings.

‘Songs of Earth’ Review: Delicate Norwegian Oscar Submission Meditates on Mortality and Nature

Margreth Olin's film examines the connection between her aged father and the ageless wonder of the land that surrounds them.

‘Thanksgiving’ Review: Patrick Dempsey in an Eli Roth Flick That Offers Just Enough Cheap Kills

A serial killer gets very upset about a Black Friday sale in a throwback slasher pic from the 'Hostel' director.

‘Napoleon’ Review: Joaquin Phoenix and Vanessa Kirby Get Bogged Down in the Battles of Ridley Scott’s Historical Epic

David Scarpa’s screenplay covers three decades of European history as the military commander triumphs in the Revolutionary Wars and rises to Emperor of France, only to end his life in exile.