Its cast is game for every genteel go-round, but the real rock stars are the costume, hair and production-design departments.

Paul Walter Hauser and Kathy Bates walk steadily through the wreckage of Richard Jewell’s undoing.

Alexandra Roach and George MacKay deserve each other in the sweetest possible way.

Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe go hell for leather as deranged lighthouse keepers fighting their claustrophobic entrapment.

When a rural escape goes pear-shaped, Nicolas Cage has a field day, whether milking an alpaca, promising “everything’s gonna be A-OK,” or erupting like a lunatic.

For five years, a Syrian documentarian and her doctor husband face hell unleashed in their besieged city of Aleppo.

A mixed set of square pegs becomes a force to be reckoned with.

Kristen Stewart’s fine-tuned performance is as forthright and aware as actress Jean Seberg was politically and romantically fearless.

Director Marielle Heller plays her Mister Rogers keynotes of understanding and acceptance as nice as pie.

The score-settling cause that these Fox News women go to bat for packs a stinging wallop.

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