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When Queen Elsa casts a spell that freezes her kingdom, her sister Anna must find a way to rescue their people in Disney's lavish return to the fairytale genre. More »
Peter Jackson’s vibrant and spry epic returns a sense of adventure, along with more resonant characters, to what had been turning into a dutiful slog. More »
Portrait of a struggling, stubborn folksinger in 1961 New York is a Coen Brothers triumph, and one of the year’s best films. More »
Brothers face bleak futures in a blue-collar town in a grim, despairing drama. More »
There's a wealth of talent, most of it poorly used, in this disappointingly misconceived holiday offering. More »
Undercover cop finds trouble when he leaves the city for rural Louisiana. Strong cast lifts a B-movie vehicle for Jason Statham. More »
An original and endearing documentary from Penn & Teller asks the question: How did he do that? To wit, did Johannes Vermeer go high-tech to paint his masterpieces, and if so, was that cheating? More »
Despite its horror-movie title, there are no vampires or cannibal zombies in Crave, which revolves around victims of real-life horrors and an ordinary guy’s misguided efforts to do what society can't (or to his increasingly disordered mind, won't) to protect them. Unfortunately, both his and the movie’s execution fall short. More »
The central character in Jonathan Gurfinkel's fine, dry yet searing entry in the "troubled youth" genre is like that proverbial, compulsively watchable car wreck. More »
Drug money leads to a deadly chase in this stripped-down Outback thriller. More »
If Henry Jaglom remade Fanny and Alexander, you would have something like Merry Christmas, a less-than-merry movie. More »
AMC Entertainment Holdings plans to raise up to $368 million in an initial public offering that would value the company at up to $1.9 billion More »
China's box-office take was $2.7 billion (16.43 billion yuan) in the first nine months of 2013 More »
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