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  • Tabloid (R)

    Errol Morris must have needed a break from life's misery after taking on capital punishment (Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter, Jr.), the U.S. debacle in Vietnam (The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons From the Life of Robert S. MacNamara), and the torture at Abu Ghraib (Standard Operating Procedure). more...
  • Take This Waltz (R)

    Sarah Polley, whose stunning drama Away From Her (2006) chronicled the separation of a husband and wife in their 60s, turns her attention to a married couple in their 20s (Seth Rogen and Michelle Williams) and the woman's wrenching love affair with their neighbor across the street (Luke Kirby). more...
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  • Taking Off (R)

    Milos Forman's first American film (1971) is still the most graceful and well-proportioned work he's done here, an engaging, episodic, wonderfully fair-minded satire about runaway children and anxious adults. more...
  • Tammy
  • Tammy (R)

    Melissa McCarthy stars as a midwestern loudmouth who, fired from her job at a burger joint and furious that her husband is having an affair, skips town with her wily, pill-popping grandmother (Susan Sarandon). 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...
  • Taxi Driver (R)

    Martin Scorsese put all the city dweller's irrational, guilty fears into this 1976 story of a New York taxi driver (Robert De Niro) on a one-man rampage against the "scum"—pimps, whores, muggers, junkies, and politicians. more...
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  • Taxi to the Dark Side (R)

    Like the Iraq war documentary No End in Sight, this movie about the U.S. military's systematic torture of terror suspects is a triumph not of reporting but of synthesis. more...
  • Ted (R)

    The Christmas wish of a lonely eight-year-old boy brings his new teddy bear to life; 27 years later they're still inseparable, blowing bongs on the couch every morning and endlessly rewatching the kitsch classic Flash Gordon (1980). more...
  • Teeth (R)

    Destined for cult status, this wild horror comedy by Mitchell Lichtenstein (son of pop-art painter Roy Lichtenstein) updates the vagina dentata myth to the modern-day cultural minefield of teen sexuality. more...
  • The Tenant (R)

    Through its first half, Roman Polanski's 1976 film is a cruel and painfully funny black comedy, following a timorous Polish expatriate (played by Polanski himself) as he tries, overpolitely, to negotiate the intricacies of social contact in his adopted Paris. 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...
  • Thelma & Louise (R)

    A coffee-shop waitress (Susan Sarandon) and a beleaguered housewife (Geena Davis) in the southern sticks take off for a weekend holiday and eventually find themselves fleeing the law and society in a buoyant feminist road movie (1991) directed by Ridley Scott from a script by Callie Khouri. more...
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  • There Will Be Blood (R)

    Paul Thomas Anderson's fifth feature (2007), a striking piece of American self-loathing loosely derived from Upton Sinclair's Oil!, is lively as bombastic period storytelling but limited as allegory. more...
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