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  • A Day at the Races (NR)

    The Marx Brothers' second MGM movie (1937) has its moments, but the anarchy of the Paramount period was obviously gone forever. more...
  • This Day and Age (NR)

    A slice of De Mille dementia from 1933, with Cecil's patented blend of Republican politics and sexual hysteria in a story about a neofascist boys club out to clean up civic corruption. more...
  • Grass: A Nation's Battle for Life (NR)

    A fascinating (and fascinatingly dated) 1925 silent documentary by Merian Cooper and Ernest Schoedsack, the codirectors of King Kong, about a U.S. travel expedition through the mountains of Turkey and Persia—more specifically, about the annual migration of more than 50,000 Bakhtiari tribesmen with their cattle in search of fresh pastures. more...
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  • Other People (NR)

    I hate the term dramedy—it discounts the potential for humor in any drama, and movies designated as dramedies typically follow the rigid Terms of Endearment template of laughs in the first half, tears in the second. more...
  • Tallulah (NR)

    Sian Heder directed this drama about a babysitter who rescues a child from its irresponsible mother and pretends it's her own. more...
  • Dishoom (NR)

    Rohit Dhawan directed this Indian actioner about two cops joining forces in a 36-hour manhunt. more...
  • Train to Busan (NR)

    Yeon Sang-ho directed this South Korean thriller in which a man and his estranged daughter are trapped on a speeding train during a zombie outbreak. more...
  • Cold War 2 (NR)

    In this Chinese crime thriller from director Kim-ching Luk, two rival police chiefs must join forces after a convicted killer escapes. more...
  • So Young 2 (NR)

    Zhou Tuo Ru directed this Chinese romance in which a couple are reunited after living apart for years. more...
  • Sultan (NR)

    In this Indian sports drama by Ali Abbas Zafar, a middle-aged former wrestling champion tries to make a comeback representing India at the Olympics. more...