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Spider-Man: Homecoming Makes a Fifty-Five-Year-Old Hero Feel Like a Kid Again

The web-slinger's debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe opens on Friday, July 9.

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The Big Sick Is a New Kind of Rom-Com for a New Kind of America

The film, based on the real-life courtship of screenwriters Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon, opens on Friday, July 9.

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Know More About Manhattan Than Your Embattled Neighbors in Rural North Carolina? Then See Raising Bertie.

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Beatriz at Dinner Is a Sharp Reflection on Class and Immigration in a Society Teetering on the Brink of Fascism

The lonely, curious, empathic, and traumatized Beatriz (Salma Hayek) is the kind of character we need to see on-screen more often.

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In Her Remake of Clint Eastwood's Lurid, Trashy The Beguiled, Sofia Coppola Probes Deeper Rhythms

Coppola's star-studded, Civil War-era drama opens nationally on Friday, June 30.

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The Book of Henry Is a Blatant Tearjerker Whose Elaborate Plot Serves a Useless Solution

Director Colin Trevorrow and novelist Gregg Hurwitz's glorified TV thriller opens on Friday, June 16.

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Eleanor Coppola's Beautiful Imagery Is Better Than Paris Can Wait's Thin Story of One Percenters in Mild Crisis

The first narrative feature by the acclaimed documentarian, who is married to Francis Ford Coppola, opens on Friday, June 16.

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In Wakefield, Bryan Cranston Plays a Lawyer Who Ghosts on His Whole Life

Robin Swicord's new film opens in the Triangle on Friday, June 9.

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Afterimage, the Under-Seen Final Work by Great Polish Filmmaker Andrzej Wajda, Comes to the Cary Theater

If you missed its fleeting theatrical run, see Wadja's bold portrait of avant-garde painter Wladyslaw Strzeminski in one of two Cary screenings.

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A Forgotten The Handmaid’s Tale Movie Filmed in Durham Is the Missing Link Between Classic Novel and Hulu Hit

The dean of Duke Chapel was surprised to come to church on Palm Sunday and discover a gallows.

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In The Lovers, Adulterous Romance and Lust Rekindle a Dying Marriage

Grace notes enrich the minuet in writer-director Azazel Jacobs’s comedy of manners, which opens locally on Friday.

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About Baywatch—We Have This Theory on Actor Zac Efron's Inexplicable Success

This predestined bomb, a reboot of a bad TV show, opens on Thursday. You've been warned.

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Film Review: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Delivers Oedipal Drama and Spacefaring Mayhem with Knowing Panache

The latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe opens wide on Friday, May 5.

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Fans of Ben Wheatley's Idiosyncratic Films May Be Disappointed by the Nineties-Tarantino Pastiche of Free Fire

Wheatley's crime-gone-very-wrong story, set in a 1970s Boston warehouse, opens on Friday, April 21.

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Stumble in the Jungle: Extraordinary Book The Lost City of Z Begets an Ordinary Movie

This true story of Amazonian exploration in the last days of the British empire opens on Friday, April 21.

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Director Marc Webb Squeezes New Life Out of Old Story Beats in Gifted

A custody battle buffets a child math prodigy in the (500) Days of Summer director's new film.

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Movie Review: Shirley MacLaine Is Great in The Last Word. Too Bad It's a Terrible Picture.

Harriet’s quest to inspire a glowing obituary about herself desperately needs a more inspired filmmaker than Mark Pellington.

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Movie Review: I Am Not Your Negro Shows That We're Still Catching Up with James Baldwin's Clear, Unforgiving Vision

Raoul Peck "finishes" Baldwin's Remember This House and connects it to the racial injustice of today.

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Isabelle Huppert Unforgettably Avenges Herself in Elle

Director Paul Verhoeven’s superlative French-made thriller returns to the Carolina Theatre starting Friday, Feb. 3.

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by Hazel Gomez on Spider-Man: Homecoming Makes a Fifty-Five-Year-Old Hero Feel Like a Kid Again (Film Review)

I was born and raised in Bertie County, and believe me, this was painful and beautiful to watch. I was …

by Tar Heels forever on Know More About Manhattan Than Your Embattled Neighbors in Rural North Carolina? Then See Raising Bertie. (Film Review)

Clint's film is trashy? maybe that's why all of us pigs would like to wallow in it.

by Jovana Dimitrijevic on In Her Remake of Clint Eastwood's Lurid, Trashy The Beguiled, Sofia Coppola Probes Deeper Rhythms (Film Review)

Thanks for spoiling the movie. Just because you didn't like it doesn't mean you have to ruin it for everyone …

by Carly L. on The Book of Henry Is a Blatant Tearjerker Whose Elaborate Plot Serves a Useless Solution (Film Review)

I was an undergrad at Duke when The Handmaid's Tale was filmed. I remained on campus during spring break and …

by PeterH on A Forgotten The Handmaid’s Tale Movie Filmed in Durham Is the Missing Link Between Classic Novel and Hulu Hit (Film Review)

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Spiderman homecoming is the best spider man movie that I have seen yet https://goo.gl/jhKahk

by Hazel Gomez on Spider-Man: Homecoming Makes a Fifty-Five-Year-Old Hero Feel Like a Kid Again (Film Review)

I was born and raised in Bertie County, and believe me, this was painful and beautiful to watch. I was …

by Tar Heels forever on Know More About Manhattan Than Your Embattled Neighbors in Rural North Carolina? Then See Raising Bertie. (Film Review)

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