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Beautiful Boy
Their marriage already strained, a couple faces devastating news about their son. PLUS: Interview with Michael Sheen.
Life, Above All
A mother-daughter bond is challenged amidst the sub-Saharan AIDS epidemic.
If you want a cruelly, barbarously, savagely, callously, inhumanely, pitilessly violent—and lousy—movie, here you go.
Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 1
The franchise everyone loves—or loves to hate—begins its conclusion. PLUS: Destiny vs. free will in 'Twilight.'
Six Indie Films You Won't Want to Miss
Arthouse movies from 2011 that didn't get the attention they deserved.
When a violent drug dealer threatens his family, a former smuggler agrees to do one last job.
Safe House
Everybody fights and everybody lies in a thriller that tries to glamorize spies while demonizing their profession.
Cloud Atlas
Bloated adaptation of David Mitchell's novel feels like a record stuck on the same note over and over.
The Call
'The Call' and 'Oz the Great and Powerful' are a pair of postmodern misfires.
Before Midnight
Celine and Jesse are white-knuckling the transition from young lovers to middle-aged couple in a serious but depressing examination of modern views about love and marriage.
VFF 2013—Day 3: 'The Gettysburg Story,' 'Philomena,' 'The Pervert's Guide to Ideology,' and 'A Single Shot'
Yes, a good film festival can make your head spin a little (before it explodes).
A journalist hostile to religion helps a Roman Catholic woman look for the son who was taken from her.
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
Any resemblance to the Tom Clancy character is strictly coincidental.
She’s not bad, she was just drawn that way.
Hey, Boo!
New documentary explores Harper Lee, 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' and the classic film
The Judge
Like watching the All-Star game: nobody cares who wins.
The 33
Chilean miners trapped underground, waiting for the miracle to come.
The Good Dinosaur
Possibly the most generic Pixar movie ever.
An African American Confronts the Klan in Accidental Courtesy
Daryl Davis has a startling method for converting racists: he befriends them.

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Trump Can Afford to Slip Among White Evangelicals, But Not White Catholics
Trump Can Afford to Slip Among White Evangelicals, But Not White Catholics
In the presidential race against Joe Biden, Catholics have emerged as a swing vote.

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