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American tanks fight superior German forces in the closing days of World War II. More »
A media satire that has little new to say about its subject but nonetheless thrives courtesy of its seedy, nocturnal L.A. atmosphere and a magnetic, uninhibited lead performance by Jake Gyllenhaal. More »
Retired hit man seeks revenge on Russian mob in an above-average action film. More »
Actor Dylan Baker makes a solid directorial debut with this fact-based gridiron drama. More »
Fans of Lifetime TV movies–and previous adaptations of books by Nicholas Sparks–will derive sentimental satisfaction from this handsomely mounted, ultimately hokey romance. For anyone else, it’s an all-too-typical adaptation of a book by Nicholas Sparks. More »
This predictable wartime drama, based on the book by War Horse author Michael Morpurgo, is redeemed somewhat by good performances and the craftsmanship of veteran director Pat O’Connor. More »
Documentary about an idealistic 22-year-old running for city council in a blighted part of Stockton, Calif., is as bright and vibrant as the civic situation is dire. More »
An impressive story for those who can follow its dense political maneuvers. More »
A poignant and endearing portrait of post-industrial Americana. More »
Jean-Luc Godard’s latest film is an extension of his typical concerns, uniquely expressed by 3D. But though Goodbye to Language 3D shared a Jury Prize at Cannes, it’s a bit of a prankster’s poke in the eye. More »
Fandango has added Bow Tie Cinemas to its digital ticketing network More »
Vicha Poolvarluk, chairman of Major Cineplex Group, will receive the 2014 “Exhibitor of the Year” Award at CineAsia More »
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