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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Three (NR)

    Johnie To directed this crime thriller in which an injured criminal blockades himself in a hospital to buy time for his cohorts to break him out. more...
  • Time to Choose
  • Time to Choose (NR)

    Documentary maker Charles Ferguson has a reputation for adding fresh perspective to widely reported national crises—the Iraq War (No End in Sight), the 2008 financial collapse (Inside Job)—and this movie about climate change offers a comparatively hopeful assessment of the situation. more...
  • Trapped (NR)

    Directed by Dawn Porter, this documentary looks at a new front in the antiabortion battle: state legislation that targets women’s health clinics with prohibitive regulation. more...
  • Theeb
  • Theeb (NR)

    Described as the first Bedouin western, this affecting coming-of-age drama (2014) follows a man and his ten-year-old brother, Theeb, as they guide an Englishman through the desert, where the boy remains for more adventures. more...
  • This Changes Everything (NR)

    Avi Lewis directed this adaptation of Naomi Klein's nonfiction book, which proposes ways in which societies can respond to the issues of climate change and economic inequality. more...
  • Thao's Library (NR)

    Elizabeth Van Meter directed this documentary about a young Vietnamese woman, born the victim of Agent Orange, who's assembled a library for the children of her village. more...
  • Three Stories of Love (NR)

    Three vignettes about three lonely people come together to reveal the significance of life's little moments. more...
  • The Trip to Italy
  • The Trip to Italy (NR)

    Steve Coogan, Rob Brydon, and director Michael Winterbottom reunite for this sequel to their indie favorite The Trip (2011), with the stars embarking once again on a restaurant-reviewing tour that guarantees plenty of food porn and literate table talk. more...