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Foxcatcher

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Annie

If you’re expecting a more or less exact rehash of the beloved musical (I watched the 1982 film version so much it made my parents sick), please disabuse yourself of that idea pronto.  The opening scene begins with precocious, bouncy, curly redheaded girl--Annie as we’re used to seeing her.  Soon... Read more
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The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

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Wild

When Strayed’s mother is diagnosed with cancer and declines far faster than anyone predicted, Chery’s life collapses.... Read more
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Top Five

Andre Allen is a nightmare version of Chris Rock if he’d been less lucky (not less hardworking) in his career. Allen is a recovering alcoholic who has been pigeonholed by his appearances in insanely goofy comedic flicks as a bear who is half of a cop duo.... Read more
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Exodus: Gods and Kings

There have been many variations of the story of Moses and the mass exodus of the Hebrews from Egypt, but that hasn’t stopped Hollywood from producing another epic out of the famous biblical narrative.... Read more
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Horrible Bosses 2

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1

We’re out of the arena and into the fire of revolution and MJP1 makes every effort to capture the darkness of war. Make no mistake, this is a film about war: What does war look like? What do the goals look like? There is a war in Panem and a war in Katniss.... Read more
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The Homesman

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Rosewater

Based on the memoir Then They Came for Me by Maziar Bahari and Aimee Molloy, Rosewater covers the 100+ days Bahari, a reporter for Newsweek, spent in an Iranian prison under suspicion of espionage.... Read more
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