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  • Fed Up
  • Fed Up (PG)

    Narrated by Katie Couric, this documentary about the childhood obesity crisis takes dead aim at the U.S. food and agricultural industries for their ruthless lobbying, disingenuous labeling, predatory advertising, and cynical disregard for the public health. more...
  • From the Rough (PG)

    Pierre Bagley directed this drama (2013) about Catana Starks, the first black woman to coach a men's college golf team. more...
  • Fill the Void (PG)

    An 18-year-old girl who longs to leave her cloistered Hasidic community gets bound to it even tighter when her older sister dies and relatives pressure her to marry her brother-in-law. more...
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  • From Up on Poppy Hill (PG)

    Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki may be celebrated as a fantasist, but he also excels at realistic portraits of early adolescence: in his screenplays for Whisper of the Heart (1995) and this 2011 period piece (directed by his son, Goro), he articulates precisely and sensitively what it's like to discover adult life. more...
  • Frankenweenie (PG)

    With his early live-action short Frankenweenie (1984), Tim Burton paid loving tribute to the classic Universal monster movies and to amateur filmmaking; with this slick feature-length animation he seems to be paying loving tribute to himself. more...
  • Frankenweenie 3D (PG)

    With his early live-action short Frankenweenie (1984), Tim Burton paid loving tribute to the classic Universal monster movies and to amateur filmmaking; with this slick feature-length animation he seems to be paying loving tribute to himself. more...
  • Frankenweenie: An IMAX 3D Experience (PG)

    With his early live-action short Frankenweenie (1984), Tim Burton paid loving tribute to the classic Universal monster movies and to amateur filmmaking; with this slick feature-length animation he seems to be paying loving tribute to himself. more...
  • Footnote (PG)

    Israel entered this 2011 family drama in the Academy Awards, and one might twit the movie's safe, middlebrow, apolitical story if the domestic nominees weren't also generally safe, middlebrow, and apolitical. more...