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  1. Absence of Malice

    The invective against the press and the First Amendment contained in Sydney Pollack's 1981 film is probably its least objectionable aspect: the…

  2. An Education

    In London during the early 60s, a precocious 16-year-old schoolgirl (Carey Mulligan) is seduced by a middle-aged grifter (Peter Sarsgaard) so good…

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    2009 movie

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  3. Chloe

    A Toronto doctor (Julianne Moore), doubting the fidelity of her college professor husband (Liam Neeson), hires a call girl (Amanda Seyfried) to…

  4. Date Night

    Tina Fey and Steve Carell star as a bland suburban couple whose night on the town turns dangerous when they're mistaken for…

  5. Happiness

    I'll concede that Todd Solondz's absorbing 134-minute epic of sexual disgruntlement in the New Jersey suburbs (1998) is worth seeing, and not…

  6. Hot Tub Time Machine

    A lunatic cast energizes this comic fantasy about three old pals (John Cusack, Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson) time-traveling back to the 80s…

  7. Mid-August Lunch

    Gianni Di Gregorio, one of the screenwriters of the brutal Italian crime epic Gomorrah, shows his gentler side as writer-director-star of this…

  8. L.A. Residential

    Raymond Chandler walks again in new movies by Robert Benton and the Coen Brothers