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Our guide to film series and special screenings. [Read More]
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Instead of moving into a retirement home in Argentina, an elderly man takes a trip to Poland. [Read More]
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Rory Culkin portrays a young man who goes in search of an old record and discovers more than he expects about his family. [Read More]
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The director Eli Roth, previously known for gory exploitation throwbacks, now makes a nostalgic fun house movie geared toward a younger crowd. [Read More]
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A need for medical treatment conflicts with a family's religious beliefs. [Read More]
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How did abortion become a defining question and a plank in political platforms? This documentary digs into the history of the 1973 decision. [Read More]
The latest spinoff of The Conjuring has plenty of timeworn, reflex-testing jolts in store, if you enjoy that sort of thing. [Read More]
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A documentary traces the life of Yayoi Kusama, the painter, sculptor and performance artist known for her mirrored "Infinity" rooms. [Read More]
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When an orphan is accused of witchcraft, she's taken in by a man who recognizes her potential for business. [Read More]
This unexpectedly suspenseful documentary follows the training of guide dogs for the blind. [Read More]
This vigilante thriller is the kind of movie that, once, would have gone straight to video. [Read More]
Our guide to film series and special screenings. [Read More]
The documentary follows the format that was so successful for the spelling-bee film "Spellbound," but it doesn't have the same results. [Read More]
The plot involves a team of covert agents devoted to a level of violence we're told most people find unpalatable. Peter Berg directs. [Read More]
Watching Ricky D'Ambrose's experimental mystery film requires learning how to watch it. [Read More]
Our guide to film series and special screenings. [Read More]
Marc Forster's film offers more or less what a Pooh reboot should: a lot of nostalgia, a bit of humor and tactile computer animation. [Read More]
Family films, box-office hits, art-house fare: here are our recommendations for open-air screenings for every taste. [Read More]
In "The Darkest Minds," the line separating the rote from the metafictional is quite fine. [Read More]
Nicolas Winding Refn brings you free movies and lots of surprises. [Read More]
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