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  1. Film Review: PKFri, 19 Dec 2014 01:13:00 EST
    An alien trying to return home tangles with religious authorities in a low-key Bollywood message drama. More...
  2. Film Review: A Small Section of the WorldFri, 19 Dec 2014 10:36:00 EST
    Worthy but uninvolving documentary about the coffee-producing women of Costa Rica. More...
  3. Film Review: Into the WoodsFri, 19 Dec 2014 09:40:00 EST
    Over-scaled, too dark and only intermittently charming Sondheim musical adaptation does a disservice to a great cast and is often so noisy you can't even appreciate the music. More...
  4. Film Review: Sagrada: The Mystery of CreationThu, 18 Dec 2014 04:39:00 EST
    The fabulous 130-year work-in-progress that is Barcelona's Sagrada Familia cathedral, as well as its crazy-brilliant originator, Antonio Gaudi, is the focus of this vividly informative documentary. More...
  5. Film Review: Night at the Museum: Secret of the TombThu, 18 Dec 2014 11:31:00 EST
    Latest rollicking entry in the sturdy series (installments one and two together hit a billion dollars in grosses) again has natural and historic wonders come alive at night to wreak havoc. But it's largely kids' stuff. More...
  6. Film Review: The InterviewThu, 18 Dec 2014 11:04:00 EST
    If you're curious, the movie that has North Korea so upset is genuinely amusing, if flawed in the length department. More...
  7. Film Review: Inside the Mind of Leonardo in 3DThu, 18 Dec 2014 09:49:00 EST
    Documentary-feature hybrid that offers unexpected insight into the world of Leonardo da Vinci, but nonetheless suffers from a heavy hand and pretentious sensibility. More...
  8. Film Review: If You Don't, I WillWed, 17 Dec 2014 02:08:00 EST
    Anemic drama about a forever-bickering couple who do not at all get along nor emit a scintilla of chemistry. It's a disappointing, too-lean portrait of a marriage. More...
  9. Film Review: AnnieWed, 17 Dec 2014 11:16:00 EST
    Here's an updated Annie for today's entitled, tech-savvy and racially diverse generation of tweens who can easily relate to the new Annie's love of luxurious toys. Their parents and other adults may miss the sweet innocence of the original, but they won't be entirely bored by this frenetic new version of her classic story. More...
  10. Film Review: Mr. TurnerMon, 15 Dec 2014 01:46:00 EST
    In Mike Leigh's Mr. Turner, arguably the year's most gorgeous film, Timothy Spall etches an indelible portrait of the great painter, aided by a marvelous supporting cast who make the period spring alive. More...