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The High Note’s ambitions aren’t as big as its characters’ dreams. But it’s still fun.

The Vast of Night is an exquisite indie sci-fi drama with Twilight Zone vibes

The Lovebirds is mostly an excuse to put Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani in a rom-com, and I’m not mad

In The Trip to Greece, Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon eat, drink, and follow in Odysseus’s footsteps

The 5 best movies you can now watch at home

In Netflix’s Becoming, Michelle Obama tells her story and encourages us to do the same

In the exquisite drama South Mountain, a woman’s broken dreams make space for new ones

Netflix’s The Half of It was the queer teen rom-com of my dreams — until it wasn’t

One of the year’s best movies is a quiet thriller about office sexual harassment

The best new movie out this week is HBO’s Bad Education

True History of the Kelly Gang gives Australia’s most famous outlaw his own bloody origin story

Netflix’s Tigertail, from Master of None co-creator Alan Yang, is a wistful story about lost time

Netflix’s Love Wedding Repeat is a frothy, comfort-food rom-com

The Other Lamb is chilling, vengeful horror about coming of age in a cult

Gerrymandering is bad for democracy. The new doc Slay the Dragon shows how to fight it.

Netflix’s Unorthodox movingly captures the pain and power of leaving a strict religious community

Tiger King, now on Netflix, is 7 scattered but engrossing episodes of WTF

Netflix’s excellent Horse Girl looks like a typical quirky indie comedy. It’s more than that.

You don’t have to be Catholic to enjoy Netflix’s The Two Popes

Netflix’s Atlantics is a gorgeous, angry romance set in Senegal

Noelle, starring Anna Kendrick, doesn’t bode well for Disney+’s holly jolly future

Netflix’s The Laundromat is certainly the most entertaining way to learn about the Panama Papers

Netflix’s Tell Me Who I Am is a nearly unbelievable documentary about a dark secret

Hulu’s Jawline is an empathetic, terrifying documentary about teens who livestream their lives

American Factory, the first film in the Obamas’ Netflix slate, is one of the year’s best docs

Netflix’s The Great Hack explores how Cambridge Analytica sold your data during the 2016 election

Netflix’s The Edge of Democracy charts the slippery slope from democracy to authoritarian rule

Netflix’s Murder Mystery is a surprisingly fun romp starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston

Ava DuVernay’s When They See Us is a rich, enraging retelling of the Central Park Five case

Amy Poehler’s Wine Country, now on Netflix, is the movie equivalent of cheap Chardonnay

Knock Down the House is about more than AOC. It’s about hope in American politics.

Gina Rodriguez stars in Netflix’s Someone Great, a comedy about getting through heartbreak

Velvet Buzzsaw, now on Netflix, takes on the contemporary art world with claws out

The Fyre Festival was the con of a generation. Two streaming docs tell the story.

Sandra Bullock is the best part of Bird Box, Netflix’s new post-apocalyptic thriller

Before you see Welcome to Marwen, stream the documentary about the true story behind it

Netflix’s Dumplin’ sweetly celebrates teen girls and Dolly Parton

Netflix’s Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle proves animals shouldn’t have people faces

Happy as Lazzaro, a startlingly twisty Italian fairy tale, is now on Netflix

Netflix’s Outlaw King is bloody medieval fun