50 Most Anticipated Movies of 2017: 'Blade Runner,' 'Star Wars' and More

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'Lady Macbeth' (Jun. 2)

The buzz you've heard about this British import is indeed true: Theater director William Oldroyd's adaptation of a Russian novella about a "sold" young bride (played by the incredible Florence Pugh) who begins to take control of her destiny – and her desires, via a hot stablehand – is quite possibly the best historical potboiler you'll see this year. By the time this rigorous tale of adultery, feminism, vengeance, violence and in-house power-jockeying is over, you'll feel like you've been hit by a truck. It's Masterpiece Theater with blood-stained fangs. DF

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