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  • I, Daniel Blake
  • I, Daniel Blake (R)

    Writer-director Ken Loach has been making movies about the British working class since the mid-60s, and this masterful dramatic feature proves that even after all these years he can still work himself up into righteous, white-hot rage. more...
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  • I ♥ Huckabees (R)

    David O. Russell's 1999 Three Kings still seems slightly miraculous, a Hollywood action movie that mercilessly satirizes American greed and mendacity during the gulf war. more...
  • I Love You, Man (R)

    The straight-male romantic subtext of Judd Apatow's Superbad and Knocked Up gets a more overt workout in this comedy scripted by lesser lights John Hamburg (Along Came Polly) and Larry Levin (Doctor Dolittle). more...
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  • I Love You Phillip Morris (R)

    Glenn Ficarra and John Requa, who wrote the black-comedy favorite Bad Santa (2003), make their directing debut with the incredible true story of Steven Jay Russell, a former cop and devout Christian who turned to fraud, passed himself off as a high-level financial officer, and from 1992 to 1998 escaped from four different correctional facilities in the southeast so that he could tend to his passionate romances with men on the outside. more...
  • I Origins
  • I Origins (R)

    Mike Cahill's movies are categorized as science fiction, but the scientific elements in them are subsidiary to his characters and, more importantly, his metaphysical concerns. more...
  • I Saw the Light
  • I Saw the Light (R)

    Casting a Brit as Hank Williams may seem like the ultimate bad call, and as the legendary country singer, Tom Hiddleston doesn't speak like any Alabamian I've ever met. more...
  • The Iceman (R)

    Michael Shannon stars Richard Kuklinski, the New Jersey hit man believed to have killed more than 100 people in the decades leading up to his arrest in 1986. more...
  • Identity Thief (R)

    Melissa McCarthy knows how to use her bulk; she hurls herself around the screen as dangerously as Chris Farley or John Belushi, and I can't think of any woman in American movie comedy quite like her. more...
  • Idiocracy (R)

    Luke Wilson stars as a Pentagon guinea pig who's put in suspended animation for 500 years and wakes to a United States so dumbed down the president is a former wrestler and porn star, the citizens get their news from Hot Naked Chicks & World Report, and the most popular TV show is aptly titled Ow! more...
  • Igby Goes Down (R)

    The title character (Kieran Culkin), a hapless 17-year-old named after a toy animal he loved as a boy, nurtures a Salinger-esque hatred of adult hypocrisy and struggles to find himself while "drowning in assholes." more...