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  • 2001: A Space Odyssey (G)

    Seeing this 1968 masterpiece in 70-millimeter, digitally restored and with remastered sound, provides an ideal opportunity to rediscover this mind-blowing myth of origin as it was meant to be seen and heard, an experience no video setup, no matter how elaborate, could ever begin to approach. more...
  • The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (G)

    Sesame Street resident Elmo proudly introduces us to his best friend—a blanket with the capacity for action and expression—but freaks out when a friend wants to share it. more...
  • American Made Movie (G)

    I'm surprised that a distributor picked up this documentary about the U.S. manufacturing industry for theatrical release—it feels like something you'd watch in a high school economics class. more...
  • An American Tail (G)

    Steven Spielberg-produced animated feature about an immigrant mouse who comes to America in search of his family. more...
  • Babe (G)

    This 1995 live-action film about a piglet that behaves like a sheepdog is impressive, though I do think it's creepy to be so entertained by a movie in which I can't tell from one moment to the next whether I'm watching a real animal or a fake. more...
  • Beauty and the Beast (G)

    Despite some excessive narrative streamlining, this 1991 release was Disney's best animated feature in years, full of charm and humor. more...
  • Beauty and the Beast 3D (G)

    Despite some excessive narrative streamlining, this 1991 release was Disney's best animated feature in years, full of charm and humor. more...
  • Bedknobs and Broomsticks (G)

    An elaborate Disney musical fantasy with animated sequences, as Angela Lansbury pits her white arts against evil Nazis (1971). more...