Movie recommendations from critics Kenneth Turan, Justin Chang and other reviewers.
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The Beguiled Superbly acted by an ensemble that includes Nicole Kidman,
The Big Sick Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan are terrific as a young couple navigating the challenges of interracial romance and Muslim immigrant identity in director Michael Showalter's delightful, serious-minded comedy, which also features powerhouse supporting turns from Holly Hunter and Ray Romano. (Justin Chang) R.
Dawson City: Frozen Time An aesthetic knockout that's crammed with amazing facts, a documentary that's also a detective story, a history of a particular place that turns into an examination of an entire art form, this Bill Morrison documentary inspired by the Klondike gold rush and a legendary cache of silent films will make you swoon. (Kenneth Turan) NR.
My Journey Through French Cinema A passionate, opinionated, drop-dead fascinating documentary essay about key decades in that country's film history put together by clear-eyed enthusiast Bertrand Tavernier. (Kenneth Turan) NR.