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  • 11.6

    Francois Cluzet stars as Toni Musulin, a real-life armored car driver who in 2009 made off with 11.6 million euros and managed to evade capture for several months. more...
  • 2 Guns (R)

    Mark Wahlberg reunites with Contraband director Baltasar Kormakur for an action movie that's even more cynical and sadistic than its predecessor. more...
  • 24 Exposures

    Joe Swanberg's latest portrait of hipster unrest centers on a pompous photographer (horror director Adam Wingard) who specializes in naked women made up to look like corpses. more...
  • 47 Ronin
  • 47 Ronin (PG-13)

    The 47 ronin were a group of samurai in the early 18th century who carried out an elaborate revenge on the court official who drove their master to suicide; their story became part of Japanese national legend, inspiring numerous plays, visual artworks, and films. more...
  • 9 Muses of Star Empire
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    9 Muses of Star Empire

    The opening scenes promise a backstage look at the South Korean girl group 9 Muses, but this 2012 documentary is really about the culture industry's transformation of young women into marketable commodities. more...
  • About Time (R)

    Upon reaching adulthood, a milquetoast daydreamer (Domhnall Gleeson) learns that he can travel through his own past and uses this power to seduce the perfect woman (Rachel McAdams), perform secret favors for his friends, and spend more time with his dear old dad (Bill Nighy, suggesting Jack Lemmon at his most cloying). more...
  • Across the River
  • Across the River

    Neither fish nor fowl, this moody Italian feature (2013) recasts a familiar horror-movie narrative in the languorous, poetic manner of the so-called "slow cinema" that's pervaded the international festival circuit. more...
  • Addiction Incorporated (PG)

    If you've seen Michael Mann's The Insider (1999), you won't be surprised by much of this documentary about the civil action suit filed against the U.S. tobacco industry in the 1990s. more...
  • The Adventures of Tintin 3D (NR)

    Whenever Steven Spielberg works in his self-conscious blockbuster mode—as in the Indiana Jones or Jurassic Park movies--his action sequences are staged with such precision that they feel like the work of a sophisticated computer program. more...
  • The Adventures of Tintin (PG)

    Whenever Steven Spielberg works in his self-conscious blockbuster mode—as in the Indiana Jones or Jurassic Park movies--his action sequences are staged with such precision that they feel like the work of a sophisticated computer program. more...
  • After Tiller (PG-13)

    This wrenching documentary, profiling the four doctors who still provide third-trimester abortions in the U.S., is remarkable for being so level-headed. more...
  • Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil Le Clercq
  • Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil Le Clercq

    Like many other artist documentaries, this 2013 profile of famed ballerina Tanaquil Le Clercq divides its running time between biographical information and synopses of creative achievements, but it doesn't aspire to anything more than the sum of its parts. more...
  • The Age of Adaline
  • The Age of Adaline (PG-13)

    Blake Lively, doing her Grace Kelly impression, stars as a 21-year-old woman in the late 1920s who magically stops aging; most of the story takes place in our present day, after she meets a charming young philanthropist who just might be her soulmate. more...