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Delightful, inventive tall tale from quirk-master Wes Anderson, featuring a witty Ralph Fiennes as a recklessly overconfident roué. More »
Genius dog and his adopted son try to repair a hole in the space–time continuum in an amusing update of the 1960s cult cartoon. More »
Marching to the same beat as its predecessor, this belated follow-up delivers even more visual excess and brain-deadening bloodshed. Those who will find this fulfilling already know who they are. More »
The life of Jesus Christ, minus controversy, edited down from a ten-hour History Channel miniseries. More »
This dutifully patriotic grind of an IMAX 3D Russian war movie turns the Battle of Stalingrad into a struggle for the hearts of two women. More »
Taut, tense and riveting, Liam Neeson’s latest action vehicle is not just another Liam Neeson action vehicle. More »
A Kafkaesque psychological thriller about a man who discovers his double that provides few answers to its central mystery but beguiles via a mood of oppressive existential dread. More »
Arid drama stars Annette Bening as a widow who encounters her late husband’s double. More »
Imaginative retelling of a 16th-century Chinese novel is both hilarious and oddly reverent. More »
Donnie Yen returns to his roots in an old-fashioned, hard-hitting martial-arts thriller about a compromised undercover cop. More »
A new study by Health Physics found that ocular hazards from projectors—professional to consumer-grade systems—are similar whether their illumination source is laser-based or lamp-based. More »
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