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  • Casablanca (PG)

    Part of what makes this wartime Hollywood drama (1942) about love and political commitment so fondly remembered is its evocation of a time when the sentiment of this country about certain things appeared to be unified. more...
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  • Charulata

    Also known as The Lonely Wife, this relatively early (1965) film by Satyajit Ray (The World of Apu), based on a Tagore novel of Victorian India, may be the first of his features in which he really discovers mise-en-scene, and it's an exhilarating encounter. more...
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  • Clueless (PG-13)

    If you gave up on writer-director Amy Heckerling after Look Who's Talking and its sequel, this 1995 comedy—improbably but cleverly adapted by Heckerling from Jane Austen's Emma—might get you interested again. more...
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  • Compliance (R)

    Craig Zobel—whose crafty debut feature Great World of Sound (2007) played at the Chicago film festival but never opened here theatrically—takes on the unenviable task of dramatizing a story that defies credulity even though it's quite true. more...