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Step away from the multiplex for these alternative movie screenings and events, including rep films and cult classics
The Win It All star on collaborating with Joe Swanberg and shooting in Chicago
Try a modern Tarantino classic or a sweet indie semi-romance
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A live-action spin on the classic Disney animated romance, starring Emma Watson, honors the love for the original film
In what may be his final film as Wolverine, Hugh Jackman takes it deep and dark in an appropriately apocalyptic superhero movie
In a city overrun with wild cats, a secondary urban lifestyle emerges—one with whiskers
An orphan's daily challenges come to life with beautiful stop-motion animation and an unflinching eye for hard truths
Keanu Reeves is back in a sequel that, if anything, feels more gory, more stylish and more deliriously silly (and fun) than the original
A little plastic bat (with a huge ego) fights the forces of evil in this hilarious comic-book pastiche that often works better than the Christopher Nolan films
Scarlett Johansson is statuesque and underutilized in this whiffed live-action remake of yesteryear's sci-fi dystopia
As a Pole who shelters Jews during WWII, Jessica Chastain gives this drama her all, but the film isn't as courageous as she is
Comedian Jordan Peele steps behind the camera for a brainier-than-usual horror comedy that forgets to go for the jugular
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