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  • The Armstrong Lie (R)

    The new, unauthorized documentary The Armstrong Lie is, to use a phrase from the film, a "myth-buster." more...
  • 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 Hunting Ground (PG-13)

    The Hunting Ground opens with actual footage of high school seniors opening acceptance letters from their dream schools. more...
  • Merchants of Doubt (PG-13)

    The Amazing Randi insists that the public wants to be fooled, that it's easier and more comforting for us not to see unromantic truths -- you can see him proclaiming this, a little sadly, in Justin Weinstein and Tyler Measom's doc An Honest Liar, which plays like a companion piece to Robert Kenner's sly and enraging Merchants of Doubt. more...
  • Red Army (PG)

    There are times when sport isn't a metaphor -- it's simply war, a skirmish of ideals. more...
  • Seymour: An Introduction (PG)

    A magnificently accomplished concert pianist who at one time seemed poised for fame, Seymour Bernstein, now in his eighties, quit performing at age 50. more...
  • To The Arctic IMAX (G)

    Making up for its 40-minute run time in turgidity and sheer size, To the Arctic, whose 70mm IMAX presentation stretches postcard hokum to JumboTron size, is a travelogue doubling as an eco guilt-trip. more...
  • The Wrecking Crew (PG)

    Here's one consolation for the years it apparently took Denny Tedesco to get his labor-of-love documentary The Wrecking Crew wrapped up and in front of our eyeballs: He's been conducting interviews for so long that we're treated to footage of a hale and hearty Dick Clark and of a Glen Campbell whose memory seems to be clicking along just fine. more...

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