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Odie Henderson review | ★★★½

Pamela Adlon’s ‘Babes’ is the pregnancy movie you didn’t know you needed

Ilana Glazer and Michelle Buteau play besties in this comedy that’s two parts comedy and three parts body horror.

Natalia Winkelman review | ★★½

John Krasinski’s kids’ flick ‘IF’ follows a 12-year-old girl on an imaginative adventure around New York City

In her building, she meets an eccentric recluse, played by Ryan Reynolds, housing a host of imaginary friends, otherwise known as IFs.

Father-daughter duo Ethan and Maya Hawke release ‘Wildcat,’ a passion project about writer Flannery O’Connor

Ethan Hawke is coming to Boston this Thursday to talk about directing his daughter Maya Hawke, who plays Flannery O’Connor in "Wildcat." He'll be at Brookline’s Coolidge Corner Theatre for a post-screening Q&A.

Ryusuke Hamaguchi on letting real life frame his new film, ‘Evil Does Not Exist’

"Perhaps there isn’t any such thing as slow cinema," says the director. "All we have is a rich sense of time that is spreading out and happening in front of our eyes."

Never see R-rated films with Mom — and other life lessons I learned movie-watching with my mother

The Globe’s film critic offers some unlikely Mother’s Day picks.

Coolidge to honor ‘I Saw the TV Glow’ director Jane Schoenbrun as second annual Breakthrough Artist

Schoenbrun says their new film is "deeply personal, and trying to talk about trans experience in a way that hadn’t really been done before, at least in the popular American cinema."

Odie Henderson review | ★★★½

‘Evil Does Not Exist’: A battle for the soul of a Japanese mountain village

Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s follow-up to the Oscar-winning ‘Drive My Car’ is a cautionary tale worth catching in theaters.

How to survive a 23-hour ‘Star Wars’ movie marathon

This past weekend in Dedham, the dedicated flocked out to Showcase Cinema de Lux at Legacy Place to watch the nine movies of the Skywalker saga in a row. Here’s how — and why — they did it.