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  • Eat Pray Love (PG-13)

    How can a romantic drama tailor-made for Julia Roberts from Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling memoir about self-actualization—shot against alluring locales in Italy, India, and Bali, and directed by the acclaimed Ryan Murphy (TV's Nip/Tuck and Glee)—go so ass-numbingly wrong? more...
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  • Edge of the City

    TV director Martin Ritt graduated to movies with this 1957 drama, itself an adaptation of Robert Alan Arthur's teleplay A Man Is Ten Feet Tall. more...
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  • The Edukators (R)

    Two young anarchists break into homes, rearrange the furniture, and leave vaguely threatening notes about capitalist excess. more...
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  • 84 Charlie Mopic

    The title refers to a cameraman (Byron Thames) who accompanies a six-man reconnaissance unit in the central highlands of Vietnam in 1969 ("Mopic" is a contraction of "motion picture"). more...
  • El Teatro Campesino

    This 1970 documentary chronicles the first five years of a theatre troupe founded by and comprised of members from the United Farm Workers. more...
  • Elves

    Killer monsters, the product of Nazi experiments, target a virgin woman for breeding. more...
  • Elvis

    A turning point in the Presley legend, this December 1968 TV special marked the King's return to form after nine years of weak recordings and laughable films. more...
  • Elvis on Tour

    Following the design of Woodstock, Pierre Adidge and Robert Abel shot and edited this 1972 documentary in a multiscreen format, so don't expect it to look like much on video. more...