Women lead in replays from 2020 at The Brattle and new films from ‘Jolt’ to a sobering ‘Sabaya’

‘The Suicide Squad’: Supervillains born to lose get their chance like James Gunn’s ‘Guardians’

Get free tickets to watch Leo Carax’s ‘Annette,’ catch up on Brattle films, take a ‘Jungle Cruise’

‘The Green Knight’: Arthurian odyssey, updated

More of the best of 2020 screens at The Brattle, and ‘Joe Bell’ tours with ‘Steps,’ ‘Old’ and more

‘Snake Eyes’: A hiss for taking itself so seriously, fighting against ‘G.I. Joe’ action-figure origins

‘Val’: Kilmer, cinematographer of his own biopic, charming us anew through wit and perseverance

You can return to the films of 2020 at The Brattle and watch ‘Pig,’ ‘Gunpowder Milkshake,’ more

‘Summertime’: Tour the city via spoken word, letting young poets reveal metropolitan magic

‘Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain’ provides a tasting menu of takes on the late chef