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  • Watermark (PG)

    Filmmaker Jennifer Baichwall and photographer Edward Burtynsky, who collaborated on the striking environmental documentary Manufactured Landscapes (2005), reunite as codirectors of this companion piece, which considers man’s troubled relationship with the sea just as the earlier film did with the land. more...
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    Wedlock

    In this 2012 Iranian chamber drama, a conservative, upper-middle-class couple receive an extended visit from the wife's niece and her husband, who ascribe to more progressive views. more...
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    The World Is Funny

    Even sexual fulfillment seems mawkish in this episodic Israeli feature, a collection of sitcom-ready interactions and achingly cute characters. more...
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  • 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...
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    Waiting for a Miracle

    An unhappily married couple make a pilgrimage to the holy city of Mashhad with their young daughter, who has mysteriously stopped walking and talking, but the trip only reinforces the mother and father's dislike for each other. more...
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    Why Stop Now

    Jesse Eisenberg, Melissa Leo, and Tracy Morgan make an unlikely but entertaining trio in this frantic shaggy-dog story, though the comedy is often undercut by the sense that they're working their asses off to put the story across. more...
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    The Wild Hunt (NR)

    The phenomenon of live-action medieval role-playing games has already generated two documentaries—Darkon (2006) and Monster Camp (2007)—which definitely blunts the sword-edge of this Canadian drama. more...
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    World's Largest (NR)

    This ironic documentary about the outsize statues erected by small towns to draw tourists is about as stimulating as a drive along the interstate. more...
  • World's Greatest Dad

    Best known for the cult favorite Shakes the Clown (1991), about a grievously alcoholic birthday clown, Bobcat Goldthwait is developing from an inspired bad-taste comedian into a genuinely daring writer-director. more...
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    Ward No. 6 (NR)

    Chekhov's short story about a depressive doctor who winds up joining his own mental patients gets an offbeat millennial update from veteran Russian director Karen Shakhnazarov (Vanished Empire, The Rider Named Death). more...
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  • The Wedding Song

    During the Nazi occupation of Tunisia, two young women find their friendship stretched to its limits by the desires of men and the demands of war, which can be hard to differentiate. more...