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  • Take Me Home Tonight (R)

    Like Richard Linklater's Dazed and Confused (1993) and George Lucas's American Graffiti (1973), this is one of those coming-of-age comedies that centers on a single wild night. more...
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  • Tangerine (R)

    This rollicking indie comedy takes place among the hookers of West Hollywood on Christmas Eve, a time for peace on earth and good will toward—bitch, I will fucking kill you! more...
  • A Taste of Honey (NR)

    This painful remnant (1961) of the British cinema's kitchen-sink period finds slum child Rita Tushingham burdened with an alcoholic mother, a baby (by a black sailor) on the way, and a vagrant homosexual teenager for her only friend. more...
  • Terri (R)

    John C. Reilly enjoys mainstream appeal in big-studio comedies (Talladega Nights, Step Brothers, Cedar Rapids), yet he's consistently sought out and greatly enlivened an impressive number of small, idiosyncratic projects (Year of the Dog, The Promotion, Cyrus). more...
  • 3 (NR)

    Tom Tykwer made his biggest splash as a writer-director, with Run Lola Run (1998), but since then he’s mostly filmed other people’s scripts (Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, The International). more...
  • Tiny Furniture (NR)

    This indie debut feature by New York filmmaker Lena Dunham is a tolerably warm bath of postcollegiate self-pity, salted with irony and self-mockery. more...
  • Toast (NR)

    Sentimental, obvious, but well-nigh irresistible, this jubilant comedy equates England's bland cuisine with its sexual inhibition and suggests we could all use something a little more tasty (at dinnertime, that is). more...