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(Lionsgate, $30) “A new horror classic,” Ari Aster’s debut feature film evinces “a lasting power to disturb,” said the Los Angeles Times. Toni Collette is brilliant as a mother who fears her teenage children may have inherited their grandmother’s demons, and Aster ratchets up the dread “with quiet, unshowy mastery.”
Won’t You Be My Neighbor?
(Universal, $30) The recent hit documentary about TV’s Mister Rogers “operates both as a dewy-eyed nostalgia trip and a stirring appeal for civility,” said The Washington Post. The gentle children’s show host championed love above all, and in taking up the cause, this tribute proves “as quietly, cozily radical as its subject.”
(Warner Bros., $25) The ladies-only spinoff of the Ocean’s 11 heist franchise is best when it’s celebrating “the delights, and depth, of girly culture,” said Slate.com. Even with Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, and Rihanna playing thieves who savor their own hypercompetence and style, Anne Hathaway nearly steals the show.