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  • The Magic of Belle Isle (PG)

    A bitter, alcoholic novelist (Morgan Freeman) moves into a lakeside cabin to crank out a long-delayed western but spends most of his time bonding with the woman next door (Virginia Madsen) and her three daughters. more...
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  • American Folk (PG)

    Two folk musicians decide to drive cross-country back to New York after their plane is grounded following the September 11 attacks. more...
  • The Greatest Showman
  • The Greatest Showman (PG)

    The 19th-century circus mogul P.T. Barnum crassly exploited the disfigured and disabled people in his sideshows, but the man played by Hugh Jackman in this sanitized musical biopic is an idealist who wants only to bring joy to the world. more...
  • Wonder
  • Wonder (PG)

    August Pullman, the ten-year-old boy at the center of Stephen Chbosky's Wonder, is severely deformed: the bridge of his nose reaches to his forehead in a straight line, the corners of his eyes are pulled down in a perpetual sob, his cheeks are traced by scars, and withered ears peek out from under his long hair. more...
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  • Jane
  • Jane (PG)

    Growing up in Bournemouth, England, in the 1940s, Jane Goodall would dream that she was a man. "Probably because of the time," she tells Brett Morgen in Jane. more...
  • Goodbye Christopher Robin
  • Goodbye Christopher Robin (PG)

    Goodbye Christopher Robin, Simon Curtis's biopic of Winnie-the-Pooh author A.A. Milne and his only child, Christopher Robin, is stuffed with weighty topics: war and PTSD, the writing life, the crippling emotional reserve of the British. more...