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  • Tiny Furniture (NR)

    This indie debut feature by New York filmmaker Lena Dunham is a tolerably warm bath of postcollegiate self-pity, salted with irony and self-mockery. more...
  • To Catch a Dollar (NR)

    Economist Muhammad Yunus, who won the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to use microloans to help impoverished communities in Bangladesh, tries to do the same thing in the United States in this 2010 documentary by Gayle Ferraro. more...
  • To Catch a Thief (NR)

    Cary Grant is a retired cat burglar on the Riviera and Grace Kelly is the spoiled American rich girl who seems to have the perpetual hots for him, in Alfred Hitchcock's fluffy 1955 exercise in light comedy, minimal mystery, and good-natured eroticism (the fireworks scene is a classic). more...
  • To Fool a Thief
  • To Fool a Thief (NR)

    This Argentinean take on the continental thriller doesn't just wear its influences on its sleeve, it practically wears them on its forehead: one character parades around in a North by Northwest T-shirt, and when the protagonists are planning their big heist, they agree on Rififi as their operational template. more...
  • To Joey, With Love (NR)

    The story of husband-and-wife country duo Joey and Rory Feek, from the birth of their first child to Joey's subsequent cancer diagnosis. more...
  • To Kill a Mockingbird (NR)

    Harper Lee's child's-eye view of southern bigotry gains something in its translation to the screen by Robert Mulligan, who knows exactly where to place the camera to catch a child's subjective experience (1962). more...
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  • To Please a Lady (NR)

    Clarence Brown directed this 1950 drama in which a war veteran and race car driver meets a reporter who blames him for causing a fatal accident. more...
  • Toast (NR)

    Sentimental, obvious, but well-nigh irresistible, this jubilant comedy equates England's bland cuisine with its sexual inhibition and suggests we could all use something a little more tasty (at dinnertime, that is). more...
  • Tokyo! (NR)

    Inspired by anthologies like Paris, Je T'aime (2006) and New York Stories (1989), this 2008 feature combines shorts by three international directors. more...
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  • Tom Jones (NR)

    Popular, irreverent adaptation of Fielding's classic novel, scripted by John Osborne and directed by Tony Richardson in 1963. more...
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  • Tomboy (NR)

    Modestly conceived and executed, this intimate French drama centers on a ten-year-old girl (Zoe Heran) who moves to a new town over the summer and passes herself off as a boy with the neighborhood kids. more...
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