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  • Secret in Their Eyes
  • Secret in Their Eyes (PG-13)

    Critics are supposed to dump on Hollywood remakes of foreign-language films, but this Americanized version of Juan Jose Campanella's overrated art-house hit The Secret in Their Eyes (2009) is at least as good as the original and, with a running time well under two hours, certainly more concise. more...
  • Sherlock Holmes (PG-13)

    Arthur Conan Doyle's master detective became one of the great heroes in genre fiction precisely because he was so freakish: cold and methodical, Holmes was the dark underbelly of Victorian rationalism, his intellect so overdeveloped that he couldn't relate to anyone. more...
  • The Sixth Sense (PG-13)

    If Bruce Willis—as a psychotherapist trying to help a boy whose terrifying hallucinations may be real—weren't Bruce Willis the sincerity of this supernatural thriller's aesthetic goals might have been apparent earlier on. more...