Movie review: Patriotism is the last refuge of a fanatic in Foxcatcher

Steve Carell plays wealthy eccentric John du Pont with reptilian eerieness

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Movie review: Wild is like Eat Pray Love with more sex and drugs

Reese Witherspoon gives an insightful performance as grief-stricken addict Cheryl Strayed

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Film review: The stoner noir of Inherent Vice is the only thing more confusing than Thomas Pynchon

Imagine if Zucker, Abrahams and Zucker had directed The Big Sleep, says Neil Morris

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Film review: A terrifying pop-up book comes to life in The Babadook

The Australian film depicts the horrors of daily domestic life, says Kathy Justice

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Film review: Horrible Bosses 2 crawls under crass bar

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Film review: Hawking story boasts winning performances in The Theory of Everything

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A drum prodigy and a sadistic mentor in Whiplash

Whiplash is one of the year's best

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Movie review: Laggies is a rom-com about the essential tyranny of adulthood

New movie out this Friday

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Movie review: Camp X-Ray explores an unlikely friendship in Guantánamo Bay

Kristen Stewart and Peyman Moaadi star in Peter Sattler's film

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Film review: In smart, wicked indie Listen Up Philip, language is a weapon

The film starring Jason Schwartzman and Elizabeth Moss opens in the Triangle on Friday, Oct. 31.

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Movie review: Realistic tank warfare and murky ethics in Fury

The maxim "ideals are peaceful; history is violent" saturates a bleak World War II film starring Brad pitt

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Film review: Reese Witherspoon and Sudanese refugees in The Good Lie

There's a great story to be told about these "Lost Boys of the Sudan," but this isn't it

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Film review: Children experience the ancillary horrors of WWII in The Notebook

Ryan Gosling is nowhere to be found in this grim Hungarian film

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An offensive bourgeois quest for meaning in Hector and the Search for Happiness

Hector (Simon Pegg) seems to have it all, but he can't quite turn the corner into contentment.

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A poignant gay-marriage film with a humdrum plot

Love is Strange with John Lithgow and Alfred Molina

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Sardonic flippancy in The Trip to Italy

Follow Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon on their jaunt across Italy

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Adorable flippers in Dolphin Tale 2

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A good old time in Land Ho!

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Too many Elvises in The Identical

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If I Stay: Should you go?

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