1) Ralph Breaks the Internet Ralph Breaks the Internet levels up on its predecessor with a funny, heartwarming sequel that expands its colorful universe while focusing on core characters and relationships. Nov 21 PG 1 hr. 54 min.
2) The Grinch The Grinch gives the classic Seuss source material a brightly animated update that's solidly suitable for younger viewers without adding substantially to the story's legacy. Nov 9 PG 1 hr. 26 min.
3) Creed II Creed II's adherence to franchise formula adds up to a sequel with few true surprises, but its time-tested generational themes still pack a solid punch. Nov 21 PG13 2 hr. 10 min.
4) Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald has glimmers of the magic familiar to Harry Potter fans, but the story's spell isn't as strong as earlier installments. Nov 16 PG13 2 hr. 14 min.
5) Bohemian Rhapsody Bohemian Rhapsody hits a handful of high notes, but as an in-depth look at a beloved band, it offers more of a medley than a true greatest hits collection. Nov 2 PG13 2 hr. 14 min.
6) Instant Family Instant Family may not quite capture the complexity of real-life adoption, but fittingly for the unconditional bond it honors, this flawed yet well-intentioned dramedy is ultimately worth the investment. Nov 16 PG13 1 hr. 57 min.
7) Green Book Green Book takes audiences on a surprisingly smooth ride through potentially bumpy subject matter, fueled by Peter Farrelly's deft touch and a pair of well-matched leads. Nov 21 PG13 2 hr. 10 min.
8) Robin Hood Robin Hood robs from rich source material, but is ultimately just another poor attempt to needlessly gussy up a classic tale with amped-up action and modern special effects. Nov 21 PG13 1 hr. 56 min.
9) The Possession of Hannah Grace The Possession of Hannah Grace feints at real horror just often enough to offer hints of the movie it should have been -- and further frustrate viewers seeking a good scare. Nov 30 R
10) Widows Widows rounds up a stellar ensemble for a heist thriller that mixes popcorn entertainment with a message - and marks another artistic leap for director Steve McQueen. Nov 16 R 2 hr. 8 min.
11) A Star Is Born With appealing leads, deft direction, and an affecting love story, A Star Is Born is a remake done right -- and a reminder that some stories can be just as effective in the retelling. Oct 5 R 2 hr. 15 min.
12) The Favourite The Favourite sees Yorgos Lanthimos balancing a period setting against rich, timely subtext - and getting roundly stellar performances from his well-chosen stars. Nov 23 R 1 hr. 59 min.
13) The Nutcracker and the Four Realms Lacking a transporting yuletide story or dazzling dance routines, The Nutcracker and the Four Realms is a hollow holiday confection that's lovely to look at -- and easy to forget. Nov 2 PG 1 hr. 39 min.
14) Boy Erased Anchored in empathy by writer-director-star Joel Edgerton, Boy Erased proves the road to complex, powerfully performed drama can also be paved with good intentions. Nov 2 R 1 hr. 51 min.
15) At Eternity's Gate Led by mesmerizing work from Willem Dafoe in the central role, At Eternity's Gate intriguingly imagines Vincent Van Gogh's troubled final days. Nov 16 R 1 hr. 51 min.
16) Venom Venom's first standalone movie turns out to be like the comics character in all the wrong ways - chaotic, noisy, and in desperate need of a stronger attachment to Spider-Man. Oct 5 PG13 1 hr. 52 min.
17) Nobody's Fool Nobody's Fool has a pair of strong leads and a smattering of scenes that highlight Tiffany Haddish's talents -- all of which only make the uninspired end results more frustrating. Nov 2 R 1 hr. 50 min.
18) Free Solo Free Solo depicts athletic feats that many viewers will find beyond reason - and grounds the attempts in passions that are all but universal. Sep 28 PG13 1 hr. 37 min.
19) Overlord Part revisionist war drama, part zombie thriller, and part all-out genre gorefest, Overlord offers A-level fun for B-movie fans of multiple persuasions. Nov 9 R 1 hr. 49 min.
20) Can You Ever Forgive Me? Deftly directed and laced with dark wit, Can You Ever Forgive Me? proves a compelling showcase for deeply affecting work from Richard E. Grant and Melissa McCarthy. Oct 19 R 1 hr. 47 min.
21) The Wife The Wife relies on the strength of Glenn Close's performance to drive home the power of its story -- and she proves thoroughly, grippingly up to the task. Aug 17 R 1 hr. 40 min.
22) Mary Queen of Scots Mary Queen of Scots delivers smartly crafted period political thrills while offering a brilliant showcase for the talents of its well-matched leads. Dec 7 R 1 hr. 52 min.
23) Mirai The simplicity and colorful warmth of Mirai's animation is underscored by a story with surprising - and deeply affecting - depth and emotional resonance. Nov 29 PG 1 hr. 38 min.
24) Vox Lux Vox Lux probes the allures and pitfalls of modern celebrity with sharp intelligence and visual style, all held together by an assured Natalie Portman performance. Dec 7 R 1 hr. 52 min.
25) The Hate U Give Led by a breakout turn from Amandla Stenberg, the hard-hitting The Hate U Give emphatically proves the YA genre has room for much more than magic and romance. Oct 19 PG13 2 hr. 12 min.
26) Anna and the Apocalypse Anna and the Apocalypse finds fresh brains and a lot of heart in the crowded zombie genre - not to mention a fun genre mashup populated by rootable characters. Nov 30 R 1 hr. 32 min.
27) Beautiful Boy Beautiful Boy sees Timothée Chalamet and Steve Carell delivering showcase work that's often powerful enough to make up for the story's muted emotional impact. Nov 9 R 1 hr. 52 min.
28) The Front Runner The Front Runner exhumes the wreckage of a political campaign with well-acted wit, even if it neglects to truly analyze the issues it raises. Nov 6 R 1 hr. 52 min.
29) Maria By Callas Maria by Callas offers an intimate look at the life of a brilliantly talented artist whose absorbing story matches the operatic heights reached by her work. Nov 2 PG 1 hr. 35 min.