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  • I Am (NR)

    Tom Shadyac (Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, The Nutty Professor) produced this philosophical documentary. more...
  • I Am Ali (PG)

    The title of this Muhammad Ali profile overcompensates for his absence from the project, though the legendary athlete has permitted writer-director Clare Lewins to sample the many cassette tapes of personal phone conversations that he recorded over the years. more...
  • I Am Another You (NR)

    Documentary maker Nanfu Wang presents a portrait of a young Florida man who favors the freedom of being homeless and rootless but is eventually revealed to have more complex reasons for his lifestyle. more...
  • I Am Bolt (PG)

    Gabe Turner and Benjamin Turner directed this documentary about the career and legacy of Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt. more...
  • I Am Comic (NR)

    Former stand-up comedian Jordan Brady interviewed dozens of comics for this documentary about the profession—so many, in fact, that the result plays like a joke file. more...
  • I Am Love (R)

    The grand architecture of Milan and the icy rhythms of composer John Adams set the tone for this elegant Italian drama (2010) about the suffocating power of family, wealth, and tradition. more...
  • I Am Not Your Negro
  • I Am Not Your Negro (PG-13)

    Raoul Peck's galvanizing documentary reacquaints viewers with one of the most powerful voices of the civil rights era, the great novelist, playwright, and essayist James Baldwin. more...
  • I Am Number Four (PG-13)

    This sci-fi thriller may be adapted from a young adult novel, but it feels like a big-screen version of Smallville, the TV series created by screenwriters Alfred Gough and Miles Millar. more...
  • I Can Do Bad All by Myself (PG-13)

    Contrived, sentimental, tonally bipolar, and as predictable as clockwork, this latest from chitlin' circuit impresario Tyler Perry is just a fat slab of ecstatic entertainment. more...
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  • I Can't Think Straight (PG-13)

    Shamim Sarif directed this 2008 feature about a Jordanian woman whose arranged marriage in her native land is disrupted when she moves to London and falls for a British-Indian woman. more...
  • I Confess

    Alfred Hitchcock's earliest serious critics, the Catholic-minded Cahiers group, revered this 1953 film above all his 50s work; today it's very seldom revived. more...
  • I, Daniel Blake
  • I, Daniel Blake (R)

    Writer-director Ken Loach has been making movies about the British working class since the mid-60s, and this masterful dramatic feature proves that even after all these years he can still work himself up into righteous, white-hot rage. more...
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  • I Don't Know How She Does It (PG-13)

    A Boston bank executive (Sarah Jessica Parker, sporting the most spectacular working woman's wardrobe this side of Sex and the City) tries to satisfy a demanding boss (Kelsey Grammer), support an out-of-work architect husband (Greg Kinnear), and raise two kids, even as she periodically flies to Manhattan to nurture her own business project with a flirtatious financier (Pierce Brosnan). more...