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  • Thunderbolt

    Except for The Saga of Anatahan, this 1929 release is probably the most underrated of Josef von Sternberg's sound pictures, and it's underrated for the same reason: Sternberg is known almost exclusively as a visual stylist, but the most exciting thing here is the highly creative sound track. more...
  • This Is the End (R)

    Playing themselves, Seth Rogen and Jay Baruchel attend a party for all their hip, ironic actor friends at the Hollywood home of James Franco, but the festivities are interrupted by a strictly biblical apocalypse that leaves the aforementioned barricaded inside with Craig Robinson, Danny McBride, and Jonah Hill. more...
  • Tabu

    This strikingly beautiful black-and-white feature by Miguel Gomes (Our Beloved Month of August) considers the legacies of early cinema and Portuguese colonialism in Africa, suggesting that both were rooted in false illusions of remaking the world. more...
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  • Touch of Evil

    After seeing the work print of his last Hollywood feature, Orson Welles wrote a lengthy memo requesting several changes in editing and sound—work that was carried out in 1998 by producer Rick Schmidlin and editor Walter Murch with myself as consultant. more...
  • The Turin Horse

    Since Damnation (1988), the films of Hungarian master Bela Tarr have been set in a muddy, windswept limbo where people lead meager lives against the backdrop of an encroaching darkness. more...
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  • 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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  • Trishna (R)

    Thomas Hardy's novel Tess of the D'Urbervilles, about a poor country girl swept away and broken by modern life, has been transplanted from 19th-century England to 21st-century India by the prolific and adventurous Michael Winterbottom (24 Hour Party People, Tristram Shandy, A Mighty Heart, The Killer Inside Me). more...
  • True Grit (PG-13)

    Charles Portis's wonderful comic novel True Grit (1968) had the combined fortune and misfortune of being instantly made into a John Wayne western, which won the star his first Oscar and ultimately eclipsed the book. more...