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  • Taking Off (R)

    Milos Forman's first American film (1971) is still the most graceful and well-proportioned work he's done here, an engaging, episodic, wonderfully fair-minded satire about runaway children and anxious adults. more...
  • Taking Sides

    Adapted by Ronald Harwood from his stage play, this dialectical drama has plenty of creaky moments, but Harvey Keitel compensates with a canny, surprising performance as an American major in postwar Germany who's ordered to make an example of the great conductor Wilhelm Furtwängler (Stellan Skarsgard) as part of the denazification program. more...
  • The Tale of Princess Kaguya
  • The Tale of Princess Kaguya

    This past August the renowned Japanese animation outfit Studio Ghibli announced that it would halt production temporarily to ponder its creative and financial future following the retirement of director and founding member Hayao Miyazaki. more...
  • Tale of Tales
  • Tale of Tales

    The ambitious Italian director Matteo Garrone (Gomorrah, Reality) makes his English-language debut, directing an international cast that includes Salma Hayek, Toby Jones, Vincent Cassel, and John C. Reilly. more...
  • A Tale of Winter

    The second installment (1992) in Eric Rohmer's “Tales of the Four Seasons” centers on a young Parisian woman, aptly called Felicie, who fluctuates between two suitors—a pensive local librarian and the owner of a chain of beauty salons who's moving to Nevers and wants her and her young daughter to come live with him. more...
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  • The Talent Given Us

    Writer-director Andrew Wagner cast his own family in this comic road movie, shooting with a single digital camera as his overbearing mother, Judy, and irascible father, Allen, drive from New York to Los Angeles to pay him a visit. more...
  • The Tall T

    One of the best of the Randolph Scott-Budd Boetticher B westerns (1957), in which the action is almost entirely psychological (Scott tries to pry Maureen O'Sullivan away from the outlaws—Richard Boone, Henry Silva, Skip Homeier—who are holding her for ransom) and the landscape is deftly stylized into dark interiors (caves, a fateful well) that punctuate the wide-open spaces. more...
  • Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby

    To judge from book, video, and box office revenues, America's rednecks love seeing themselves mocked, which permits Will Ferrell and director Adam McKay to easily straddle the red-blue divide with this NASCAR comedy. more...
  • Tammy
  • Tammy (R)

    Melissa McCarthy stars as a midwestern loudmouth who, fired from her job at a burger joint and furious that her husband is having an affair, skips town with her wily, pill-popping grandmother (Susan Sarandon). more...
  • Tangerines
  • Tangerines (NR)

    An Estonian box maker, left behind in the Caucasus Mountains after most of his countrymen have fled the Georgian civil war, gets pulled into the conflict when he shelters a Georgian soldier and an Abkhazian rebel who are both badly wounded in a nearby skirmish. more...