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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...
  • Ida
  • Ida (PG-13)

    In Ida a virginal teenager who's been raised in a Polish convent since her infancy is summoned by the mother superior and informed that, before she takes her vows of ordination to become a nun, she must travel to the city and meet her only living relative, an aunt who refused to take her in after her parents died. 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 (Chloƫ 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 Illusionist (PG-13)

    Writer-director Neil Burger follows his skillful debut feature, the pseudodocumentary thriller Interview With the Assassin (2002), with this spellbinding tale set in Vienna at the turn of the 20th century. more...
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