Reasons to Love the Movies in 2017

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B.P.M.: French director Robin Campillo’s epic portrayal of ACT UP’s Paris chapter circa the early 1990s.

Class of ’17: One parlayed a career as an incisive comedian into a bid for becoming this generation’s most socially.

Superhero 2.0 Movies: Memo to studios: If we’re going to be stuck with these big-screen comic book movies from now until doomsday.

The Sound: It’s tough to pick a favorite music cue in Edgar Wright’s impeccably soundtracked homage to Seventies car-chase flicks.

The Dinner Party Scene in ‘The Square: It happens a little past the satire’s midway point: Patrons in tuxedos and evening gowns have gathered.

The Meyerowitz Stories: Hopefully you saw Noah Baumbach’s lovely literary riff on genius-family feuding before one of its stars put a slight stink.

Vince Vaughn in ‘Brawl: It’s like the old saying goes: You never realize how big an actor is until you see him physically.

Tiffany Haddish: When we meet her, she’s yelling about chlamydia; we leave her, she’s telling her friends that she wants to make a dick.

The Florida Project: Sean Baker’s tour of Florida’s Magic Kingdom motel row is filled with sympathetic screw-ups.

The Last Jedi: Yes, we know: Haters are indeed going to hate, etc. But for those of us who are not beholden to Star Wars as a religion.

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