The Post

NEW YORK — The oddest scenes in “The Post” (Fox), a nostalgic account of The Washington Post’s publication of the Pentagon Papers in 1971, involve Meryl Streep … Read More

All the Money in the World

NEW YORK  — By turns suspenseful, darkly comic and stridently moral, “All the Money in the World” (Sony), a slightly fictionalized account of a famous kidnapping, makes … Read More

Pitch Perfect 3

NEW YORK — The third time’s not a charm for “Pitch Perfect 3” (Universal), a discordant and exceedingly unfunny musical comedy. Although this second sequel in the … Read More

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

NEW YORK — Despite the high price of a movie ticket these days, patrons are unlikely to come away from a showing of the engrossing sci-fi epic … Read More

The Man Who Invented Christmas

NEW YORK  — Its rather ill-chosen title notwithstanding, “The Man Who Invented Christmas” (Bleecker Street) involves no denial of the Nativity. Instead, this charming fact-based historical drama … Read More

Coco

NEW YORK — Will “Coco” (Disney) be your cup of tea? That largely depends on how well equipped you are to interpret this visually rich animated fantasy’s … Read More

Wonder

NEW YORK — “Wonder” (Lionsgate) is a beautiful film about ugliness. Its protagonist is August “Auggie” Pullman (Jacob Tremblay), a 10-year-old boy born with facial deformities whose … Read More

The Star

NEW YORK — A holiday treat suitable for all but the tiniest, “The Star” (Sony) is a delightful animated version of the Christmas story told from the … Read More

Novitiate

NEW YORK — Writer-director Margaret Betts takes a stab at a genre that always seems to fascinate people, even those with no religious affiliation: nun movies. Unfortunately, … Read More