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  • Take Me to the River
  • Take Me to the River (PG)

    Some of the most revered names in soul, blues, and gospel (Otis Clay, Bobby "Blue" Bland, Hubert Sumlin, Charlie Musselwhite, Mavis Staples) convene in Memphis to record duets with younger artists and reminisce about the glory days of Stax Records and Hi Records, the town's preeminent R&B labels. more...
  • Tucker: The Man and His Dream (PG)

    Francis Coppola's stylish and heartfelt tribute to the innovative automobile designer Preston Thomas Tucker turns out to be one of his most personal and successful movies. more...
  • True Stories (PG)

    Talking Heads lead singer David Byrne sifted through supermarket tabloids to come up with this 1986 assemblage of "true life" anecdotes about small-town bizarreness in rural Texas. more...
  • Tess (PG)

    This lushly photographed Franco-British production (1979) comes on like an overbudgeted episode of Masterpiece Theatre, but seen in the context of Roman Polanski's career it becomes something rich and strange, shaded into terror by the naturalistic absurdism that is the basis of Polanski's style. more...
  • Tron (PG)

    Despite its sharp look and quick, elegant animation, this 1982 Walt Disney live-action production proves what should have been the most blatantly obvious rule in 80s Hollywood: the best visual design in the world doesn't mean a thing unless there's someone around with a rudimentary sense of story. more...
  • 2016: Obama's America (PG)

    Dinesh D'Souza graduated from the Dartmouth Review school of right-wingery in the 1980s, was lifted high by the Reagan administration, and has since become ubiquitous as a pundit and polemist. more...
  • Thunder Soul (PG)

    A precious scrap of American history, this documentary by Mark Landsman tells the story of Conrad Johnson, an inspiring music teacher at Houston's predominantly black Kashmere High School who turned the school's jazz band into a fearsomely hard-charging funk outfit in the 1970s. more...
  • Tron: Legacy: An IMAX 3D Experience (PG)

    The Avatar of its day, Disney's live-action feature Tron (1982) more or less pioneered the use of CGI in movies, though its scarcity on video these days, as Disney ramps up this 3-D sequel, speaks to the theory that its special effects would be laughable now (the story was laughable then). more...
  • Tron: Legacy 3D (PG)

    The Avatar of its day, Disney's live-action feature Tron (1982) more or less pioneered the use of CGI in movies, though its scarcity on video these days, as Disney ramps up this 3-D sequel, speaks to the theory that its special effects would be laughable now (the story was laughable then). more...
  • Tron: Legacy (PG)

    The Avatar of its day, Disney's live-action feature Tron (1982) more or less pioneered the use of CGI in movies, though its scarcity on video these days, as Disney ramps up this 3-D sequel, speaks to the theory that its special effects would be laughable now (the story was laughable then). more...