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  • '71 (R)

    In '71, Yann Demange tints the midnight alleys of Belfast like an Irish flag dragged through the mud: black skies, sickly green lamps, and the orange flames of torched cars. more...
  • American Sniper (R)

    In Clint Eastwood's American Sniper, Navy SEAL Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper) — an astoundingly talented marksman credited with over 160 confirmed kills in Iraq — runs into a fellow veteran at a mechanic's shop between deployments. more...
  • Big Eyes (PG-13)

    The waifs Walter Keane made famous were known for their huge peepers. more...
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  • Big Hero 6 (PG)

    Imagine if nerdy Clark Kent didn't have to remove his glasses and pocket protector to save the world. more...
  • Black or White (PG-13)

    There are few hard-and-fast rules in screenwriting, but here's one I think we can agree on: Something's gone wrong if your crowd-pleasing family drama asks audiences to hope a child's father proves to be a crackhead. more...
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  • Born To Be Wild IMAX (G)

    Gigantic form, diminutive content: Born to Be Wild 3D, presented in expansive IMAX, offers a visually arresting, kid-friendly, but cursory portrait of the altruistic efforts of two women to not only rescue orphaned baby animals but to then raise and ultimately release them back into their natural habitats. more...
  • The Boy Next Door (R)

    The most pleasurably ludicrous highlight of The Boy Next Door comes half an hour in, before the sex and murders and something's-in-the-mirror-behind-her! more...
  • Captain Phillips (PG-13)

    Tom Hanks has built a career out of playing aggressively noble roles, so it's only natural to want to see him taken down a peg. more...
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  • Chappie (R)

    Since his debut, District 9, Neill Blomkamp has shown he knows where he stands in the division between man and machine: He's sided against Homo sapiens for being judgmental and cruel. more...
  • Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 (PG)

    In the first Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs film, which turned a 32-page children's book into an unexpected critical darling, young inventor Flint (Bill Hader) concocted a gizmo that turns water into whatever foodstuffs he wants. more...

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