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  • The Theory of Everything (PG-13)

    A largely emotional portrait of a formidably cerebral figure, this biopic of theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking focuses on his 30-year marriage to Jane Wilde and his struggle to live life to the fullest despite the relentless wasting effects of motor neuron disease. more...
  • Things to Come
  • Things to Come (PG-13)

    Isabelle Huppert stars as a respected philosophy professor whose field of study comes in handy when her husband of many years, played by André Marcon, announces that he's moving in with a younger woman. more...
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  • Tim's Vermeer
  • Tim's Vermeer (PG-13)

    A self-described "video engineer with a wacky hobby," San Antonio inventor Tim Jenison inserted himself into a historical controversy after reading the theories of art scholar Philip Steadman and painter David Hockney that Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer had used some sort of camera obscura to create his highly realistic paintings. more...
  • Tokyo Sonata (PG-13)

    Japanese director Kiyoshi Kurosawa switches gears from supernatural horror to poignant social satire, adapting a script by Australian writer Max Mannix about a middle-aged father (Teruyuki Kagawa) whose life spirals into chaos after he gets laid off. more...
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  • The Tree of Life (PG-13)

    A masterpiece, this fifth feature by Terrence Malick manages to reconcile the emotional force of his 70s classics, Badlands and Days of Heaven, with the epic naturalism of his more recent comeback films, The Thin Red Line (1998) and The New World (2005). more...
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  • Trollhunter (PG-13)

    Supposedly culled from hours of footage left by three vanished college filmmakers, this 2010 mockumentary purports to expose a major scandal in its native Norway: the sustained government cover-up of the existence of huge, predatory, and incredibly stupid trolls who live in caves and the woods and attack sheep and tourists. more...
  • True Grit (PG-13)

    Charles Portis's wonderful comic novel True Grit (1968) had the combined fortune and misfortune of being instantly made into a John Wayne western, which won the star his first Oscar and ultimately eclipsed the book. more...
  • 12 (PG-13)

    The tradition of Russian stage acting enriches this satisfying update of Reginald Rose's TV play Twelve Angry Men. more...