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Sexual Tension and Spousal Spying in Nostalgic World War II Flick Allied

Robert Zemeckis’s film, starring Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard, just opened in the Triangle.

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Movie Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Is a Promising Start for a New Rowling Franchise

Arts Wizards and Muggles are back in the first of five prospective new Potter films.

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Movie Review: Barry Jenkins's Exquisite Moonlight Is a Meditative Character Study at the Nexus of Black Masculinity and Homosexuality

Arts Jenkins's highly anticipated coming-of-age story opens in the Triangle today.

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Movie Review: The Communication Gap in Arrival Feels Painfully Relevant in America Right Now

Arts Aliens arrive. We try to talk to them. It does not go well.

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In Gimme Danger, Jim Jarmusch Salutes His Buddy Iggy Pop’s Stooges Heyday

Film Review The documentary plays for one night only at the Rialto in Raleigh on Thursday, Nov. 10.

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Movie Review: Doctor Strange's Feisty Magic Cape Is the Most Developed Character in His Movie

Arts Countless terabytes of computer effects, a kaleidoscope of sober Eastern mysticism, and Tony Stark-style wisecracks blend oddly in an origin-heavy story for Marvel's magic man.

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Movie Review: In Hacksaw Ridge, Mel Gibson Clearly Identifies with the Religious Persecution of Conscientious Objector Desmond Doss

Arts Doss (Andrew Garfield) joins the Army to become a medic, but he spends basic training being taunted and beaten for refusing to touch a weapon.

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Twisty Erotic Thriller The Handmaiden is Fifty Shades of Cray

Film Review The latest from the director of Oldboy opens locally Friday, Nov. 4.

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Movie Review: The Accountant's Autistic Assassin Doesn't Quite Add Up

Arts Question: Is Ben Affleck trying to actually turn into Matt Damon?

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Discover Ovation Cinema Grill 9 in Holly Springs, the Latest Addition to the Boutique Multiplex Scene

Arts After a soft-opening week, the new Carmike theater opens its plush leather chairs and dining service for first-run film screenings tomorrow.

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