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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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Spielberg Does Roald Dahl in The BFG—But Where’s the Storytelling Magic?

The famed children’s author’s Big Friendly Giant comes to life on the big screen on Friday, July 1.

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The Lobster Surreally Skewers Society’s Fear of Single People

Yorgos Lanthimos’s latest film opens in the Triangle on Friday, June 3.

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Richard Linklater’s Joyous Everybody Wants Some!! Brims with Baseball, Sex, and Eighties Nostalgia

Linklater’s spiritual successor to Dazed and Confused opens locally on Friday, April 22.

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Don Cheadle’s Miles Davis Film, Miles Ahead, Isn’t a Real Biopic—It’s Something Better

Miles Ahead opens locally on Friday, April 22.

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Film Review: Christian Movie Miracles From Heaven Goes Where Secular Hollywood Won't

Despite some corny qualities, the film is admirably frank about the unsexy financial challenges American families face.

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Film Review: Indie Sci-Fi Film Creative Control Probes the Darkness Simmering Under Virtual Reality

The film, which features hipster-comedy icon Reggie Watts as himself, opens locally on Friday, March 18.

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Movie Review: Good Intentions Pave Over Murky Ethics in A War

The Oscar-nominated Danish film opens at the Carolina Theatre in Durham on Friday.

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Movie Review: Holocaust Horrors Haunt the Margins of the Excruciating Son of Saul

The merciless Hungarian concentration-camp drama opens locally on Friday.

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In falconry documentary Overland, two Durham filmmakers explore the modern state of an ancient tradition

Elisabeth Haviland James and Revere La Noue are crisscrossing the globe to document falconry today.

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A Pittsboro tool shop helped create The Revenant’s Oscar-nominated authenticity

Meet Ed Lebetkin, who shipped his antique hand tools to the Canadian set of Alejandro González Iñárritu’s new film.

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The director of Birdman returns with The Revenant, a masterful neo-Western about survival and rebirth

The film, based on the true story of fur trapper Hugh Glass, opens in the Triangle Friday.

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In his latest historical bloodbath, The Hateful Eight, Quentin Tarantino teeters on self-parody

Tarantino should return to modern times before his work becomes as dated as his film stock.

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Sylvester Stallone passes the torch to Michael B. Jordan in Creed, a Rocky for a new era

Creed opens in the Triangle Wednesday, Nov. 25.

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Bryan Cranston is Trumbo, a communist screenwriter defying the House Un-American Activities Committee

Trumbo opens in the Triangle Wednesday, Nov. 25.

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Brooklyn is a classy, classical and not quite trustworthy immigrant’s tale

Brooklyn opens in the Triangle Wednesday, Nov. 25.

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Room is a harrowing tale of captivity, escape and the dark heart of familial love

The film, adapted from a novel inspired by the Elisabeth Fritzl story, opens locally Friday.

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Triangle filmmakers head to Wilmington for Cucalorus Film Festival

The festival runs at various venues in downtown Wilmington Nov. 11–15.

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He Named Me Malala unfolds the incredible true story of a Pakistani teenager turned world leader

Davis Guggenheim’s documentary on peace activist Malala Yousafzai opens locally Friday.

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The Walk is just Man on Wire with 100 percent more CGI and crazy wigs

Robert Zemeckis’ film about a French wire-walker's famed World Trade Center stunt opens locally Friday.

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