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Kevin Hart and Melody Hurd, right, in "Fatherhood."

In ‘Fatherhood,’ on Netflix, being a single dad is hard — especially when the single dad is Kevin Hart

Matt Logelin’s 2011 memoir about raising his daughter after his wife’s sudden death has become a broad, heartfelt drama starring Hart as the dad and Alfre Woodard as his mother-in-law.

Willem Dafoe in "Siberia."

In this ‘Siberia,’ a different kind of exile

Cult director Abel Ferrara plunges deep into his own aging psyche with an aggressively surreal drama that sends Willem Dafoe across the tundra, into caves, and through the desert chasing phantoms from his past.

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William Bulger shown at James "Whitey" Bulger's casket, in "My Name Is Bulger."

‘My Name Is Bulger’: A tale of two brothers

The Discovery+ film offers an unusually intimate view of Whitey and Bill Bulger.

Brookline's Coolidge Corner Theatre.

Coolidge Corner Theatre unveils plans for major expansion

Brookline officials are reviewing a proposed expansion of the landmark Art Deco cinema that will add two screens — and over 200 seats — as well as a larger lobby, third-floor community space, and roof deck.

Now this is a unibrow.

Have a unibrow? Boston Casting wants you.

A casting call from the agency, whose recent films include “Knives Out,” “Coda,” and “I Feel Pretty,” requests that unibrowed men over the age of 30 apply for an upcoming (but unnamed) movie musical.

The Brattle Theatre in Cambridge.

The Brattle to reopen at last on July 2

Donors contributed more than half a million dollars, helping the nonprofit theater to survive the pandemic.

From left: Samuel L. Jackson, Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, and Ryan Reynolds in "The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard."

‘The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard’: It isn’t necessarily the character who needs protecting

Star power can do only so much. How can a movie with so much action feel so tired?

Ellen Burstyn in "Queen Bees."

What if ‘Mean Girls’ went to a rest home? That’s ‘Queen Bees’

This genial, predictable comedy rolls on well-worn tracks elevated by the class and commitment of actors who’ve earned our affection over decades of work.