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  • This Must Be the Place (R)

    Looking like Edward Scissorhands and speaking like a sedated old woman, Sean Penn plays a depressive former rock star who leaves his secluded life in Dublin to visit his dying father in New York and hunt down the Nazi officer who once tormented the old man in Auschwitz. more...
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  • The Thomas Crown Affair (R)

    It's no doubt dated now, but this heist movie starring Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway was considered pretty hot stuff back in 1968. more...
  • 300 (R)

    Frank Miller's graphic novel about the Battle of Thermopylae, where 300 Spartans battled the entire Persian army in 480 BC, has been adapted into a CG sword-and-sandal epic. more...
  • 3-Iron (R)

    In our world of endless noise and pointless jabber, the movies of Kim Ki-duk (Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter . . . more...
  • Three Kings (R)

    Four characters seeking personal gain are nearly sidetracked by altruistic impulses in this emotionally and politically responsible movie set in Iraq during the immediate aftermath of the gulf war—a damning yet idealistic satire about the motives behind U.S. foreign policy. more...
  • Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (R)

    Clint Eastwood gave Michael Cimino his first chance to direct on this 1974 heist film, with Eastwood as a demolition expert and Jeff Bridges as his drifter sidekick. more...
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  • Tickled (R)

    By coincidence, two of the more provocative documentaries I've seen this year arrive in Chicago on Friday. more...
  • The Tillman Story (R)

    Pat Tillman was a star defensive player for the Arizona Cardinals when he quit the NFL in May 2002 to join the Army Rangers; he died in April 2004 in Afghanistan. more...
  • Time in the Sun and Bezhin Meadow (R)

    Given the central role played by film editing in the art of Sergei Eisenstein, it’s hard to assess how authentically these reconstructions of uncompleted projects—both assembled by others—convey the director’s vision. more...