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  • I Am Ali (PG)

    The title of this Muhammad Ali profile overcompensates for his absence from the project, though the legendary athlete has permitted writer-director Clare Lewins to sample the many cassette tapes of personal phone conversations that he recorded over the years. more...
  • I Wish (PG)

    Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda may be a master of offhand naturalism, but when he lacks a compelling narrative—as with Air Doll (2009) or this 2011 family drama—his movies seem to evaporate. more...
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  • The Identical
  • The Identical (PG)

    What if Elvis Presley's twin brother hadn't died at birth, but instead got adopted in infancy by an evangelical preacher, grew up to be a mechanic, and harbored a desire to perform his brother's songs? more...
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  • Imagine That (PG)

    Eddie Murphy strikes the right balance between silliness and pathos in this screwball family comedy (2009), starring as a divorced, workaholic financial analyst who so neglects his seven-year-old daughter (charmer Yara Shahidi) that she retreats into fantasy. more...
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  • Inequality for All (PG)

    Economist Robert Reich possesses a formidable intellect, an encyclopedic grasp of statistics and monetary trends, a quicksilver wit, and immense affability, making him the go-to guy when average Americans need our financial crises explained. more...
  • Inkheart (PG)

    This old-fashioned, winningly sincere children's fantasy stars Brendan Fraser as a “book doctor” who cares for old tomes and has the magical ability to summon characters from books to life. more...
  • Into the Woods (PG)

    Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's stage musical, in which modern anxieties about sex and death descend upon classic fairy tale characters, is a caustic parable about the illusory nature of childhood innocence, so the idea of a cleaned-up, kid-friendly Disney adaption sounds misguided at best. more...