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  • The Last of the Unjust (PG-13)

    Claude Lanzmann's monumental Holocaust documentary Shoah (1985) generated enough excess footage for four more stand-alone documentaries; the latest considers Benjamin Murmelstein, a Viennese rabbi who worked with Adolf Eichmann in facilitating the deportation of Austria's Jews and served as the last administrator of the Theresienstadt camp in Czechoslovakia. more...
  • War of the Buttons (PG-13)

    This is the fifth screen version of Louis Pergaud's 1912 novel, about a children's game that gets out of hand, and as far as I can tell it's the first to transplant his story to the French occupation. more...
  • Mansome (PG-13)

    One can't really call this a documentary, or even a movie for that matter: it looks like any number of the pop-culture gabfests on VH1, with various celebrities (Judd Apatow, Jason Bateman, Paul Rudd) firing off snarky one-liners at the camera. more...
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    The Perfect Family (PG-13)

    A suburban mom (Kathleen Turner) is nominated for Catholic Woman of the Year but fears the award will slip away if her fellow parishioners discover that her daughter (Emily Deschanel) is a lesbian and her son (Jason Ritter) is cheating on his wife. more...
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    The Lucky One (PG-13)

    Adapted from a novel by Nicholas Sparks, this soft-core romance touches on the Iraq war, but any topical relevance is incidental to the formulaic torrid love affair. more...
  • Restless (PG-13)

    Gus Van Sant is regarded as a genuine auteur, but if you set aside his true masterpieces (Drugstore Cowboy, My Own Private Idaho, Elephant), his work tends to separate into good films that aren't very characteristic (To Die For, Good Will Hunting, Milk) and characteristic films that aren't very good (Gerry, Last Days, Paranoid Park). more...
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    The Yellow Handkerchief (PG-13)

    William Hurt's considerable talents are wasted on this lugubrious road movie (2008), adapted from a Pete Hamill story that was also the basis for a 1977 Japanese feature. more...
  • Sabata (PG-13)

    Lee Van Cleef stars in this lively 1969 spaghetti western as the title character, a black-clad crusader for justice, loosely defined. more...
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    In My Sleep (PG-13)

    A sex-addicted masseur with a sleepwalking problem (no, really) begins to suspect himself of doing terrible things while unconscious; after his best friend's wife is murdered, he embarks on a self-investigation, part detective work and part self-help, to determine whether he's the culprit. more...
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    The Hole (PG-13)

    An unhappy teen (Chris Massoglia) and his adventuresome brother (Nathan Gamble) move into a new home with their single mom (Teri Polo) and discover a trap door in the basement; when they pry it open, they uncover a bottomless hole, and horrible stuff begins to crawl out. more...