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  • Table 19 (PG-13)

    In this flimsy, mildly enjoyable farce, the maid of honor for a glitzy Manhattan wedding (Anna Kendrick) gets dumped by her boyfriend, the best man, and shows up at the event to find herself seated at the misfit table of dateless guests (Craig Robinson, June Squibb, and Lisa Kudrow, to name a few). more...
  • Taken (PG-13)

    Pierre Morel follows his rousing directorial debut, District B13 (2004), with this disposable thriller about a retired American agent in covert operations (Liam Neeson) who goes back into action when sex-slave traffickers in Paris kidnap his teenage daughter (Maggie Grace of the ABC series Lost). more...
  • Taken 2 (PG-13)

    Olivier Megaton directed this action thriller about a CIA operative (Liam Neeson) who must save himself and his family after they're kidnapped while on vacation in Istanbul. more...
  • Taken 3 (PG-13)

    In this second sequel to Taken (2008), Liam Neeson's ex-CIA operative tries to evade the LAPD while hunting down a man who's framed him for murder. more...
  • Takers (PG-13)

    Matt Dillon gets top billing as a dedicated blue-collar cop, but he doesn't have a fighting chance for the audience's sympathy opposite suave Idris Elba, playing the leader of an upscale gang of LA thieves. more...
  • 10 Cloverfield Lane
  • 10 Cloverfield Lane (PG-13)

    Don’t give away the secret of this J.J. Abrams production, which begins as one sort of movie before turning into another sort of movie but manages to be continuously bad. more...
  • Terminator Genisys
  • Terminator Genisys (PG-13)

    For this fifth installment of the Terminator movie franchise, screenwriters Laeta Kalogridis and Patrick Lussier pile on so many pulpy sci-fi conceits—involving time travel, alternate realities, and the end of civilization—that you might be carried along by the batty excess. more...
  • Testament of Youth
  • Testament of Youth (PG-13)

    Vera Brittain's celebrated memoir of the British home front in World War I gets a polished Masterpiece Theatre treatment that fails to diminish the story's wrenching emotional content. more...
  • 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...
  • There Be Dragons (PG-13)

    Roland Joffe (The Killing Fields, The Mission) wrote and directed this ragged biopic about Spanish priest Josemaria Escriva de Balaguer, founder of the controversial Roman Catholic movement Opus Dei, who was canonized in 2002. more...
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