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  • Taxi to the Dark Side (R)

    Like the Iraq war documentary No End in Sight, this movie about the U.S. military's systematic torture of terror suspects is a triumph not of reporting but of synthesis. more...
  • Team America: World Police (R)

    Matt Stone and Trey Parker delivered one of the most lacerating social satires of the 90s with their animated feature South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. more...
  • Ted (R)

    The Christmas wish of a lonely eight-year-old boy brings his new teddy bear to life; 27 years later they're still inseparable, blowing bongs on the couch every morning and endlessly rewatching the kitsch classic Flash Gordon (1980). more...
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  • Ted 2 (R)

    The tasteless teddy bear (given voice by writer-director Seth MacFarlane) and his emotionally retarded human pal (Mark Wahlberg) return for more snarky laughs in this sequel to the hit comedy Ted (2012), though as usual with MacFarlane, the movie is so indifferently plotted that it soon becomes a bore. more...
  • Teeth (R)

    Destined for cult status, this wild horror comedy by Mitchell Lichtenstein (son of pop-art painter Roy Lichtenstein) updates the vagina dentata myth to the modern-day cultural minefield of teen sexuality. more...
  • Ten Thousand Saints
  • Ten Thousand Saints (R)

    A freewheeling pot dealer (Ethan Hawke) abandons his wife (Julianne Nicholson) and two kids in Vermont to start a new family in New York City with the woman who's carrying his baby (Emily Mortimer); a few years later he's joined by his teenage son from the first marriage (Asa Butterfield), who runs wild with dad's jaded stepdaughter (Hailee Steinfeld of True Grit). more...
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  • The Tenant (R)

    Through its first half, Roman Polanski's 1976 film is a cruel and painfully funny black comedy, following a timorous Polish expatriate (played by Polanski himself) as he tries, overpolitely, to negotiate the intricacies of social contact in his adopted Paris. more...
  • Terri (R)

    John C. Reilly enjoys mainstream appeal in big-studio comedies (Talladega Nights, Step Brothers, Cedar Rapids), yet he's consistently sought out and greatly enlivened an impressive number of small, idiosyncratic projects (Year of the Dog, The Promotion, Cyrus). more...
  • Texas Chainsaw 3D (R)

    The seventh entry in the long-running franchise, this 3-D shocker picks up the story where the 1974 original left off. more...
  • The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (R)

    Tobe Hooper's 1974 bloodbath cheapie acquired a considerable reputation among ideologically oriented critics, who admired the film's sneaky equation of middle-class values with cannibalism and wholesale slaughter. more...
  • The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (R)

    I haven't seen the original (or wanted to) in 29 years, but this remake by Marcus Nispel revives its crudely effective variation on the hatred and fear of hillbillies in Deliverance, as teenagers stumble upon a family of mad butchers in rural Texas. more...