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Financial Tension Between Parents Strains a Friendship Between Boys in Indie Gem <i>Little Men</i>

Financial Tension Between Parents Strains a Friendship Between Boys in Indie Gem Little Men

Ira Sachs's latest film opens in the Triangle on September 9.

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Movie Review: Who Thought the Director of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Needed a Crack at Ben-Hur?

Arts The new Ben-Hur is cut from the same cloth as the biblically themed TV projects by executive producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey.

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Movie Review: Neo-Western Hell or High Water Douses Black and White Hats in Texas Dust Until Everything Turns Gray

Arts Chris Pine and Ben Foster are excellent in a morally ambiguous crime caper that turns classic Western tropes on their heads.

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Movie Review: When Good Actors Meet Weirdly Developed Characters, You Get Florence Foster Jenkins

Arts Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant carry their tunes, but this biopic of the socialite opera singer who couldn't sing is an odd instrument to play.

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Movie Review: Though Flawed, Suicide Squad Brings Much-Needed Depth and Levity to the DC Extended Universe

Arts Scared of superheroes, the U.S. government raids its prisons to create a miscreant team of its own, including Jared Leto's much-discussed Joker.

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Movie Review: Like Bond, Matt Damon's Jason Bourne Is Less a Character Than a Genre

Arts In Jason Bourne, the amnesiac assassin returns in a skillfully built spy thriller with a disposable plot.

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Bad Moms Remixes The Change-Up and The Hangover for Women. You’re Welcome?

Film Spotlight The ensemble comedy opens locally on Friday, July 29.

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Movie Review: An Indie Short With a Clever Premise Becomes a Surprisingly Effective Horror Film in Lights Out

Arts David F. Sandberg takes a page from Freud in turning his viral short into a funny, terrifying haunted-house thriller.

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Movie Review: New Zealand Hit Hunt for the Wilderpeople Brings Genuine Emotion to Ridiculous Circumstances

Arts A wayward boy and his foster uncle evade a misguided manhunt in the New Zealand bush in Taika Waititi's beautifully realized tale.

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Movie Review: Todd Solondz Lightly Links Tales of Abjection and Absurdity in Wiener-Dog

Arts The film doesn't reach the heights of Happiness or Life During Wartime, but what it lacks in complexity, it makes up for with dry, merciless humor.

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Movie Review: Shut Up, Misogynists, the Ghostbusters Reboot Has a Great Cast. The Rest of the Film, Unfortunately ...

Arts We wanted to love this remake of the 1984 classic, but director Paul Feig and a lazy script make it very hard.

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