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Lucas Hedges in “Boy Erased”. Photo: Focus Features

Quick Take: Saving One’s Soul

Boy Erased: A compelling drama boosted by Lucas Hedges and Nicole Kidman’s performances.

Franck Dubosc and Alexandra Lamy in “Rolling to You”. Photo: Gaumont

Quick Take: Lying in a Wheelchair 

Rolling to You: Roll away from it.

Pilou Asbaek in “Overlord”. Photo: Paramount

Quick Take: Creating the Reich’s Finest

Overlord: This wacky horror-action movie starts out intensely and maintains its pace throughout.

Katharine Hepburn, Jean Parker, Joan Bennett and Frances Dee in “Little Women”. Photo: RKO

Review: Life with the Marches

Little Women: The feminist core of the story still speaks to filmmakers and audiences.

Mackenzie Foy and Keira Knightley in “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms”. Photo: Disney

Quick Take: Where Mom Went

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms: This formulaic version feels like another typical Disney take on ”Alice in Wonderland”.

Viola Davis in “Widows”. Photo: 20th Century Fox

Quick Take: Behind Every Man

Widows: A compelling Viola Davis leads a terrific cast.

Michael Nyqvist in “Together”. Photo: Memfis Film

Review: The Cost of Free Love

Together: We’re meant to find the political naïvité amusing, but Lukas Moodysson has serious thoughts behind all of it as well.

Jamie Dornan and Peter Dinklage in “My Dinner with Hervé”. Photo: HBO

Quick Take: The Man Behind Nick Nack

My Dinner with Hervé: You can tell this is a labor of love for Peter Dinklage who’s brilliant in the lead.