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It’s not too late to watch this year’s best movies


There’s been a ton of big new movies hitting streaming sites this week, so it’s time to catch up on some of the movies you may have missed when they hit theaters this year.

Starring Saoirse Ronan, Ruth Wilson, Adrien Brody, David Oyelowo and Sam Rockwell, the mystery series Watch Them Run began airing on HBO Max on Tuesday. The film takes place behind the scenes of Agatha Christie’s production of The Mousetrap in the 1950s. The director of the film is Tom George, the script is written by Mark Chappell.

Also on Tuesday, “Murina,” which won the Cannes Camera d’Or, premiered on Showtime. Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović’s directorial debut, this drama set on the Croatian coast among a family of eel divers stars Grazia Filipović and was shot by award-winning French cinematographer Hélène Louvard; it also boasts Martin Scorsese as an executive producer. Watch this first Gotham Award-nominated feature film and drink in the scenery of the Adriatic coast.

Today, Jennifer Lawrence returns to her indie roots with the New Orleans drama Causeway, which airs on Apple TV+. Lawrence stars as a woman who suffers a traumatic brain injury in Afghanistan, returns home and strikes up a friendship with a mechanic played by Brian Tyree Henry. Causeway was directed by Lile Neugebauer and written by Elizabeth Sanders, Atesa Moshfegh and Luke Goebel.

Also streaming today on Apple TV+ is Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me, an intimate documentary portrait of one of pop culture’s biggest stars, directed by Alec Keshishian, director of Madonna: Truth or Dare. The documentary follows Gomez’s struggles with lupus, depression and anxiety as she grapples with what fame means to her life, having worked in the spotlight since she was a child.

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