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  • I, Daniel Blake (R)

    Since the mid-60s, writer-director Ken Loach has been making movies about the British working class, and this masterful dramatic feature proves that even after all these years he can still work himself up into righteous, white-hot anger. more...
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  • I ♥ Huckabees (R)

    David O. Russell's 1999 Three Kings still seems slightly miraculous, a Hollywood action movie that mercilessly satirizes American greed and mendacity during the gulf war. more...
  • I Love You, Man (R)

    The straight-male romantic subtext of Judd Apatow's Superbad and Knocked Up gets a more overt workout in this comedy scripted by lesser lights John Hamburg (Along Came Polly) and Larry Levin (Doctor Dolittle). more...
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  • I Origins
  • I Origins (R)

    Mike Cahill's movies are categorized as science fiction, but the scientific elements in them are subsidiary to his characters and, more importantly, his metaphysical concerns. more...
  • I'm Not There (R)

    Todd Haynes's multilinear treatment (2007) of Bob Dylan's early career encompasses no less than six actors and characters: an 11-year-old black musician calling himself Woody Guthrie (Marcus Carl Franklin), a white folksinger (Christian Bale), an actor who plays the folksinger in a movie (Heath Ledger), a poet who invokes Arthur Rimbaud (Ben Whishaw), a rock icon in swinging London (Cate Blanchett), and a western outlaw known as Billy the Kid (Richard Gehr). more...
  • I'm So Excited! (R)

    Pedro Almodovar's breathless farce seems like a throwback to his early comedies, displaying none of the outward seriousness that entered his work with The Flower of My Secret (1995) and grew steadily more prominent thereafter. more...
  • In Bruges (R)

    Martin McDonagh's Oscar-winning short Six Shooter showed a fine sense of irony, but this debut feature by the Irish playwright (The Pillowman) turned director is even more impressive in its command of tone. more...
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  • In Secret (R)

    This haunting adaptation of Emile Zola's novel Thérèse Raquin (1867) has good performances from Oscar Isaac (Inside Llewyn Davis) and Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter franchise). more...
  • Incendies (R)

    In this harrowing Canadian drama, a civil war that consumed a Middle Eastern country decades earlier has devastating repercussions for a survivor and her children in Montreal. more...
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  • Indignation
  • Indignation (R)

    This drama about a bright young Jewish boy from Newark attending a small, midwestern liberal arts college in the 1950s was adapted from a novel by Philip Roth, so you know you're in for some pretty heavy philosophy and some pretty good head. more...
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