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The Best Films Out Now

The Best Films Out Now

theartsdesk recommends the top movies of the moment

There are films to meet every taste in theartsdesk's guide to the best movies currently on release. In our considered opinion, any of the titles below is well worth your attention.

Apollo 11 ★★★★ Archive documentary on first moon landing is an awe-inspiring leap

Beats ★★★★ Scottish comedy-drama comes with a social theme and a spellbinding techno set-piece

Birds of Passage ★★★★ Mesmerising Colombian family saga in the Seventies marijuana boom

Dirty God ★★★★ Acid survivor story is an important piece of filmmaking

Gloria Bell ★★★★ Julianne Moore brings a fresh perspective to remake of 'Gloria'

In Fabric ★★★★★ A vengeful red frock takes no prisoners in Peter Strickland's sublime horror comedy

Mari ★★★★ Unusual dance drama mash-up creates a strangely compelling film

Midsommar ★★★★ Sun-bleached horror proves night isn't the only time things go bump

Never Look Away ★★★★ Artist Gerhard Richter's life acts as the basis for a riveting take on recent German history

Rolling Thunder Revue ★★★★★ Martin Scorsese reexamines Bob Dylan's legendary 1975 tour

Sometimes Always Never ★★★★ Bill Nighy leads an excellent cast in a tale of loss and lovely words

Toy Story 4 ★★★★★ The reappearance of Woody's sweetheart marks a fabulous return to the big screen

X-Men: Dark Phoenix ★★★★ A superior remake ends the X-Universe with a grand finale

Yesterday ★★★★★ Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis deliver an irresistinble magical mystery tour

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