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  • The Eagle (PG-13)

    This fine historical adventure is set in 140 AD in ancient Brittannia, where a noble Roman (Channing Tatum) and his feisty British slave (Jamie Bell) travel past "the end of the world"—Hadrian's Wall in northern England—to recover a Golden Eagle emblem lost by the Roman's father when his legion was destroyed by British "savages." more...
  • The East (PG-13)

    Screenwriters Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij reteam for a virtual remake of their first collaboration, Sound of My Voice (2011); the earlier film was a sci-fi story about a documentarian infiltrating a futurist cult, whereas this one is a political thriller about a corporate lawyer (Marling) infiltrating an eco-terrorist cell. more...
  • Eat Pray Love (PG-13)

    How can a romantic drama tailor-made for Julia Roberts from Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling memoir about self-actualization—shot against alluring locales in Italy, India, and Bali, and directed by the acclaimed Ryan Murphy (TV's Nip/Tuck and Glee)—go so ass-numbingly wrong? more...
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  • Eddie the Eagle
  • Eddie the Eagle (PG-13)

    Based on the true story of Eddie Edwards, an amateur ski jumper who defied the odds to represent Great Britain at the 1988 Winter Olympics, this inspirational heart-warmer from director Dexter Fletcher (Bugsy Malone) is the cinematic equivalent of a hug. more...
  • Emperor (PG-13)

    Tommy Lee Jones plays General Douglas MacArthur during the reconstruction of Japan, but most of the screen times goes to Matthew Fox as General Bonner Fellers, ordered by MacArthur to prepare a dossier for a possible war crimes prosecution of Emperor Hirohito. more...
  • Ender's Game (PG-13)

    In Orson Scott Card's young-adult novel Ender's Game (1985) a preteen boy advances through an elite military academy in outer space, part of a program to defend the earth against hostile aliens. more...
  • Endless Love
  • Endless Love (PG-13)

    Previously adapted by Franco Zeffirelli in 1981, Scott Spencer's 1979 novel returns to the screen as a glossy teen soap opera in the Aaron Spelling vein. more...
  • Enough Said (PG-13)

    With this low-key dramatic comedy, writer-director Nicole Holofcener (Friends With Money, Please Give) makes some poignant observations about divorce, dating in later life, and relationships between parents and teenage children. more...
  • Equals (PG-13)

    Drake Doremus directed this dystopian sci-fi drama, set in a rigid society where people's emotions have been altered through genetic mutation. more...