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Must-see movies at AFI Docs

June 18th, 2013 No comments

The festival, which runs Wednesday through June 23, spotlights films that break conventional molds.

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New movies roundup: 'Iron Man 3 does the job

May 3rd, 2013 No comments

Want to see something fresh at the movies this weekend? Here’s a quick rundown of today’s new releases.

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New movies roundup: 'Iron Man 3 does the job

Indian film festival screens censored scenes, sparking talk on depiction of women

April 28th, 2013 No comments

Depiction of women in movies has become a hot-button issue amid rising incidents of sexual assaults.

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Indian film festival screens censored scenes, sparking talk on depiction of women

Streaming movies for a low-key Valentine's Day

February 11th, 2013 No comments

As Valentine’s Day nears, not everyone can pony up for tickets to the Kennedy Center or dinner at Blue Duck Tavern . So if you find yourself staying in with your valentine this week, pair your hummus and Two-Buck Chuck with these romantic films available on Netflix, Hulu Plus or Amazon Instant. Just don’t spill anything on the couch.

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'Stand Up Guys' and more new movies

February 1st, 2013 No comments

In this week’s new movies, Christopher Walken saves an up-and-down script in “Stand Up Guys” and Sylvester Stallone barely muscles his way through “Bullet to the Head.” Here’s what the Post critics had to say: Read full article > >

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"Quartet," "Beware of Mr. Baker" and more new movies

January 25th, 2013 No comments

This week’s new movies include Dustin Hoffman’s directorial debut about a home for aging musicians and a documentary about former Cream drummer Ginger Baker. Here’s what the Post critics had to say: *** ” Quartet ” (PG-13) “Smoothly navigating the perilous line between insufferably twee and heartbreakingly grim, ‘Quartet’ is a subtle, sure-footed delight — made all the more enjoyable by the …

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‘Django Unchained,’ ‘Les Miserables’ and more new movies

December 28th, 2012 No comments

This week’s new movies include “Django Unchained” and the much anticipated “Les Miserables.” Both films feature star-studded casts.

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Screen savers: 2012 movies to watch

December 27th, 2012 No comments

This year may be preparing its swan song, but the cinematic gems of 2012 live on. The long weekend ahead presents a prime opportunity to catch up on your list of neglected movies from these past dozen months.

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In Iran, new movies boost wobbly film sector

December 26th, 2012 No comments

TEHRAN — Iran’s acclaimed movie industry is the latest sector to suffer the effects of economic sanctions over the country’s uranium enrichment program.

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‘Life of Pi’ and more Thanksgiving movies

November 22nd, 2012 No comments

Wondering which movies to see this weekend, once you come out of your food coma? Take the whole family to see “Life of Pi” or “Rise of the Guardians,” or go revel in the absurdity that is “Red Dawn” with your out-of-town friends

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