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  • I Am Not Your Negro
  • I Am Not Your Negro (PG-13)

    Raoul Peck's galvanizing documentary reacquaints viewers with one of the most powerful voices of the civil rights era, the great novelist, playwright, and essayist James Baldwin. more...
  • I Am Number Four (PG-13)

    This sci-fi thriller may be adapted from a young adult novel, but it feels like a big-screen version of Smallville, the TV series created by screenwriters Alfred Gough and Miles Millar. more...
  • I Can Do Bad All by Myself (PG-13)

    Contrived, sentimental, tonally bipolar, and as predictable as clockwork, this latest from chitlin' circuit impresario Tyler Perry is just a fat slab of ecstatic entertainment. more...
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  • I Can't Think Straight (PG-13)

    Shamim Sarif directed this 2008 feature about a Jordanian woman whose arranged marriage in her native land is disrupted when she moves to London and falls for a British-Indian woman. more...
  • I Don't Know How She Does It (PG-13)

    A Boston bank executive (Sarah Jessica Parker, sporting the most spectacular working woman's wardrobe this side of Sex and the City) tries to satisfy a demanding boss (Kelsey Grammer), support an out-of-work architect husband (Greg Kinnear), and raise two kids, even as she periodically flies to Manhattan to nurture her own business project with a flirtatious financier (Pierce Brosnan). more...
  • I, Frankenstein
  • I, Frankenstein (PG-13)

    From the producers and one of the writers of the Underworld franchise comes another everything-but-the-kitchen-sink horror fantasy, which piles on so many pulpy conceits that you might be carried along by the sheer excess. more...
  • I, Frankenstein 3D
  • I, Frankenstein 3D (PG-13)

    From the producers and one of the writers of the Underworld franchise comes another everything-but-the-kitchen-sink horror fantasy, which piles on so many pulpy conceits that you might be carried along by the sheer excess. more...
  • I, Frankenstein: An IMAX 3D Experience
  • I, Frankenstein: An IMAX 3D Experience (PG-13)

    From the producers and one of the writers of the Underworld franchise comes another everything-but-the-kitchen-sink horror fantasy, which piles on so many pulpy conceits that you might be carried along by the sheer excess. more...
  • I Love You, Beth Cooper (PG-13)

    With roles that seem tailor-made for Michael Cera and Jonah Hill, this nerd wish-fulfillment comedy reminded me of Superbad, though a more accurate title might be “Sub-Bad.” A sniveling high school valedictorian (Paul Rust) takes advantage of his commencement speech to humiliate all the classmates who treated him badly and proclaim his love for the school's honey of a cheerleading captain (Hayden Panettiere). more...
  • If I Stay
  • If I Stay (PG-13)

    Cheesy barely begins to describe this maudlin tearjerker, adapted from a young-adult novel, about a 17-year-old girl (Chloë Grace Moretz) who suffers a nasty car accident, slips into a coma, and has an out-of-body experience. more...
  • I'll See You in My Dreams
  • I'll See You in My Dreams (PG-13)

    A nuanced lead performance by Blythe Danner anchors this better-than-average entry in the growing subgenre of light dramas about Baby Boomers learning to enjoy retirement; unlike many of the others, it doesn't try to make the protagonist likable at every turn. more...
  • The Imitation Game
  • The Imitation Game (PG-13)

    In recent years British mathematician Alan Turing has been recognized as a heroic figure in World War II; leading a small cell of cryptographers, he invented a primitive computer that enabled the Allies to crack Nazi Germany's impenetrable Enigma code, which may have shortened the war by as much as four years. more...