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A heartbreaking character study of a relationship in turmoil, "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them" features two of the best performances of the year and a tremendous character study of love and loss.
Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader do Oscar-worthy work in a funny, but heart-breaking tale of two siblings struggling with life.
Martin Shore's vivid, soulful documentary commemorates the importance of Memphis in the music industry, focusing on Royal Studios and Stax Records.
"Dolphin Tale 2" probably won't appeal to anyone over the age of 12, but, much like its predecessor, it's an undeniably sweet film that's bound to win over the hearts of kids, and maybe even their parents too.
Director Nicholas ("The Pact") McCarthy's latest horror entry is an unnerving and fresh twist on the possession genre.
A revealing look at the chaotic last days of the Vietnam War, when departing Americans had to decide which Vietnamese would be evacuated and who would remain to face death or inevitable violence.
Great casting elevates "My Old Lady," Israel Horovitz's romantic drama about romance and real estate in Paris.
Jason Bateman plays a privileged, pampered, narcissistic New Yorker whose sole effort at productivity in life is his meandering work on a novel called "The Directionless Generation."
At once understated and slightly pulpy, the film comes down squarely on the side of compassion. It's no polemic, but neither is it as character-driven as it aims to be.
I hesitate to say this, but "The Congress" is probably best enjoyed while not entirely sober. This is a metaphysical acid trip of a movie that forces the viewer to think about his place in the world, not just presently, but in the future.