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  • E-Team
  • E-Team

    During the Balkan conflict, Human Rights Watch created the "Emergencies Team" to plunge into war zones and investigate unfolding atrocities; according to HRW veteran Fred Abrahams, a harrowing photograph taken by the E-Team in Serbia and published in the New York Times transformed the debate over the conflict in the Clinton White House. more...
  • The Eagle Huntress
  • The Eagle Huntress (G)

    Otto Bell makes an impressive directing debut with this stirring documentary, about a 13-year-old Kazakh girl who becomes the first eagle huntress in 12 generations of her family and only the second competing huntress in the modern history of Kazakhstan. more...
  • The Eagle (PG-13)

    This fine historical adventure is set in 140 AD in ancient Brittannia, where a noble Roman (Channing Tatum) and his feisty British slave (Jamie Bell) travel past "the end of the world"—Hadrian's Wall in northern England—to recover a Golden Eagle emblem lost by the Roman's father when his legion was destroyed by British "savages." more...
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    Eames: The Architect and the Painter (NR)

    The married couple Charles and Ray Eames emerged as design innovators during the postwar boom and remained so for decades; their staggering output of furniture lines, toys, films, prefab houses, and exhibitions made them household names (even if talk show host Arlene Francis, in a 1957 interview with the couple, patronized Ray as the "woman behind the man"). more...
  • Early Spring (NR)

    This 1956 feature, a casual yet meticulously detailed reconstruction of Japan's routinized white-collar milieu, was Yasujiro Ozu's first film after the exquisite Tokyo Story, as well as one of his longest works. more...
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  • Earth Days

    Produced for the PBS series The American Experience, this talking-heads documentary by Robert Stone offers a dull, congratulatory chronicle of the U.S. environmental movement, beginning with the 1962 publication of Rachel Carson's Silent Spring and concluding with the election of Ronald Reagan 18 years later. more...
  • Earth (G)

    This first feature from Disney's new nature division has an encyclopedic reach and spectacular footage shot by more than two dozen crack cinematographers. more...
  • The East (PG-13)

    Screenwriters Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij reteam for a virtual remake of their first collaboration, Sound of My Voice (2011); the earlier film was a sci-fi story about a documentarian infiltrating a futurist cult, whereas this one is a political thriller about a corporate lawyer (Marling) infiltrating an eco-terrorist cell. more...
  • Easy Money (R)

    Based on a best-selling Swedish crime novel, this 2010 thriller tells the story of a bright economics student from a poor family (Joel Kinnaman) who poses as wealthy to impress his affluent friends. more...
  • Eat Pray Love (PG-13)

    How can a romantic drama tailor-made for Julia Roberts from Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling memoir about self-actualization—shot against alluring locales in Italy, India, and Bali, and directed by the acclaimed Ryan Murphy (TV's Nip/Tuck and Glee)—go so ass-numbingly wrong? more...
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  • Eddie the Eagle
  • Eddie the Eagle (PG-13)

    Based on the true story of Eddie Edwards, an amateur ski jumper who defied the odds to represent Great Britain at the 1988 Winter Olympics, this inspirational heart-warmer from director Dexter Fletcher (Bugsy Malone) is the cinematic equivalent of a hug. more...
  • Edge of Darkness

    Perennially vengeful Mel Gibson stars as a widowed Boston police detective whose cute, idealistic daughter (Bojana Novakovic) is shotgunned by masked bastards before his very eyes. more...
  • The Edge of Heaven

    Born in Hamburg to Turkish parents, director Fatih Akin brought a rarely seen perspective to Head On (2004), about a marriage of convenience between a beautiful Turk and a suicidal German. more...
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