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Ira Sachs’ sublimely told and beautifully acted contemporary romantic drama about an aging gay Manhattan couple hitting some unexpected choppy waters is the flip side of his dark, raw and daring Keep the Lights On but every bit as engaging. John Lithgow and Alfred Molina add complexity and class to a classy production that should resonate with quality-seeking filmgoers, gay or straight. More »
Amateur kidnapping goes awry in a darkly comic adaptation of an Elmore Leonard novel. More »
More than a decade after his 007 days, Pierce Brosnan is back in secret-agent mode, as a more down-to-earth but no less deadly ex-spy who gets forced back into the game. More »
Neither significantly better nor worse than its predecessor, the belated Sin City sequel is more of a repeat, rather than a continuation, of the original. More »
Love gets strange in this thought-provoking relationship dramedy, about a mixed-up couple who discover a singular way of reconnecting. More »
Highly provocative documentary posits that a viable cancer drug has been suppressed for more than 40 years. More »
An undeniably great subject is, ironically, trivialized by a blindly too-inclusive and injudicious filmmaker. More »
Admirable though frustrating attempt to portray mental illness within a neglected population. More »
A film as stylish as it is narratively labyrinthine. More »
A special technical session of the Giant Screen Cinema Association conference will feature the first large-scale projection demo using a 90,000-lumens Christie 6P laser projection system More »
Eduardo Acuña, CEO of Cinépolis in Brazil, will be honored with the 2014 ShowEast “International Exhibitor of the Year” Award More »
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