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  • The T.A.M.I. Show

    Teen-Age Music International, as played by the Rolling Stones, Marvin Gaye, Gerry and the Pacemakers, Chuck Berry, James Brown, the Supremes, Jan and Dean, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, and Lesley Gore, captured live at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in the summer of 1964. more...
  • T.N.T. Jackson

    Jeanne Bell plays a karate master searching for her brother in this 1974 blaxploitation item. more...
  • T-Men (NR)

    This crisp 1948 thriller marked Anthony Mann's emergence from B movie obscurity, setting him on the path that would lead to his great westerns of the 50s. more...
  • Ta Dona

    Adama Drabo's 1991 Malian feature follows a young forestry-commission employee who leaves his village in search of a plant with mythical healing powers. more...
  • Ta Ra Rum Pum

    A family tries to adjust to the father's injury in an auto race. more...
  • Taare Zameen Par

    An eight-year-old misfit is sent off to boarding school, where his world is opened up by a lively art teacher. more...
  • Tab Hunter Confidential
  • Tab Hunter Confidential

    A major Hollywood hunk in the 1950s, actor Tab Hunter comes out of the closet in this documentary portrait by Jeffrey Schwarz, based on Hunter's 2006 book of the same title and produced by his longtime partner, Allan Glaser. more...
  • Table for Five

    Once Kramer vs. Kramer set the style, family melodramas became more and more concerned with the elimination of the mother; this one, directed by Robert Lieberman from a script by David Seltzer (Six Weeks), takes a brutally explicit tack, bumping off mom in a car wreck in order to allow estranged father Jon Voight to reconquer the affections of his three children. more...
  • Table 19
  • Table 19 (PG-13)

    In this flimsy, mildly enjoyable farce, the maid of honor for a glitzy Manhattan wedding (Anna Kendrick) gets dumped by her boyfriend, the best man, and shows up at the event to find herself seated at the misfit table of dateless guests (Craig Robinson, June Squibb, and Lisa Kudrow, to name a few). more...
  • Table One

    Michael Scott Bregman directed this 2000 comedy in which Stephen Baldwin and friends open a bar in the hope of picking up lots of women. more...
  • Tableau Ferraille

    Moussa Sene Absa's 1996 French-Senegalese film comments on the problems of a developing Africa. more...
  • Tabloid (R)

    Errol Morris must have needed a break from life's misery after taking on capital punishment (Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter, Jr.), the U.S. debacle in Vietnam (The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons From the Life of Robert S. MacNamara), and the torture at Abu Ghraib (Standard Operating Procedure). more...
  • Taboo

    Poetry and style aren't qualities one ordinarily associates with writer-director Nagisa Oshima, but this dreamlike tale of a beautiful and narcissistic military recruit (Ryuhei Matsuda) in 1865 training to become a samurai warrior, bewitching the men around him, is a triple-distilled example of poetic style. more...