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  • He Named Me Malala
  • He Named Me Malala (PG-13)

    The world's heart went out to 15-year-old Malala Yousafzai when she was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman in 2012 for her spirited defense of women's education in Afghanistan. more...
  • The Hunting Ground
  • The Hunting Ground (PG-13)

    Few documentary makers see their work bring results as substantial as those witnessed by producer Amy Ziering and writer-director Kirby Dick when The Invisible War, their exposé of sexual assault in the U.S. military, was screened for secretary of defense Leon Panetta in April 2012. more...
  • Blue Jasmine (PG-13)

    Woody Allen recycles some elements from one of his worst movies, Melinda and Melinda (2004), improving upon them considerably. more...
  • Quartet (PG-13)

    The premise may sound insufferable, but this light comedy about a nursing home for retired classical musicians isn't half-bad. more...
  • The Artist (PG-13)

    French director Michel Hazanavicius takes a break from his OSS 117 spy spoofs to pay loving tribute to the silent cinema, re-creating its luminous black-and-white photography and consigning all the dialogue to intertitles. more...
  • Another Year (PG-13)

    Both Mike Leigh and Woody Allen make movies about people encased in their unhappiness; the difference is that Leigh honors his characters' right to be miserable if they so desire, whereas Allen seems to respect no one’s melancholy but his own. more...
  • Eat Pray Love (PG-13)

    How can a romantic drama tailor-made for Julia Roberts from Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling memoir about self-actualization—shot against alluring locales in Italy, India, and Bali, and directed by the acclaimed Ryan Murphy (TV's Nip/Tuck and Glee)—go so ass-numbingly wrong? more...
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  • Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (PG-13)

    Disney and megaproducer Jerry Bruckheimer, whose partnership has yielded the National Treasure and Pirates of the Caribbean franchises, churn out another disposable family entertainment with this screen adaptation of a sword-and-sorcery video game. more...
  • Valentine's Day (PG-13)

    Though not unlike a feature film in many respects, this succession of images, words, and music from goo-slinger extraordinaire Garry Marshall (Pretty Woman) is actually a finely tuned, demographically refined delivery system for the purest synthetic comedy substitutes Hollywood has to offer. more...
  • Nine (PG-13)

    Not to be confused with Shane Acker's dismal animation 9, this is another razzmatazz musical adapted by Rob Marshall (Chicago) from a Broadway show. more...
  • Invictus (PG-13)

    Based on a book by John Carlin, this elephantine sports drama chronicles President Nelson Mandela's quest to unite black and white South Africans by driving the national rugby team to victory in the 1995 World Cup. more...