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  • 42 (PG-13)

    Like many Hollywood sports movies, this Jackie Robinson biopic seems to be pitched at high schoolers, but writer-director Brian Helgeland still manages a pretty absorbing account of Robinson's rookie year as the first black player in major league baseball. more...
  • Ahead of Time (NR)

    Robert Richman directed this documentary profile of Ruth Gruber, focusing on her international journalism in the years leading up to World War II and her globe-trotting work for the U.S. Department of the Interior. more...
  • Aliker

    Hip-hop singer Stomy Bugsy stars in this 2009 biopic about Andre Aliker, editor of a communist newspaper in Martinique, who was assassinated in 1934. more...
  • American Sniper (R)

    Chris Kyle, the U.S. Navy SEAL whose autobiography inspired this Clint Eastwood drama, was shot to death in February 2013—not in Iraq, where he earned the distinction of being the deadliest sniper in U.S. military history, with 160 confirmed kills, but at a Texas shooting range more than three years after his honorable discharge. more...
  • Art of the Prank (NR)

    This Andrea Marini-directed documentary follows artist Joey Skaggs and his evolution into the political satirist he is today. more...
  • Barrymore

    Christopher Plummer reprises his Tony Award-winning role as John Barrymore, in a screen adaptation of the one-man show that played on Broadway in 1997. more...
  • Belle
  • Belle (PG)

    Written by Misan Sagay, this British historical drama is getting the "inspiring true story" treatment, though the inspiring parts aren't true and the true parts aren't inspiring. more...
  • Bhutto (NR)

    This fast-paced and intelligent documentary opens with the 2007 assassination of Benazir Bhutto, two-time prime minister of Pakistan and the first woman leader of any Muslim state, then jumps back to the 1947 origins of the world's sixth largest nation to uncover the roots of her improbable and dramatic rise to power. more...
  • Big Eyes (PG-13)

    Twenty years after Ed Wood, Tim Burton reunites with screenwriters Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski for another comic biopic about a naive artist--Margaret Keane, whose cheesy portraits of kids with giant peepers sold like hotcakes in the 1960s. more...
  • Black Mass
  • Black Mass (R)

    Based on a nonfiction book by Dick Lehr and Gerard O'Neill, this crime saga details the corrupt partnership between South Boston crime lord James "Whitey" Bulger (a balding, unrecognizable Johnny Depp) and FBI agent John Connolly (Joel Edgerton), an old pal who cultivated Bulger as an informant but may have done more to help his criminal empire than Bulger did to help the bureau. more...