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Dec. 31 2013
A young man (Andrew Jacobs) begins experiencing strange phenomenon before realizing he's been marked by an evil spirit. It's the latest entry in the popular found-footage horror series.
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Dec. 24 2013
A great alternate title for Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street would have been "Despicable Me." The low-down, dirty story of Jordan Belfort (brilliantly played by Leonardo DiCaprio), a...
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Dec. 24 2013
No matter how pure the intentions or sweet the end result, Ben Stiller's post-modern re-imagining of The Secret Life of Walter Mitty is the ultimate midlife-crisis movie
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Dec. 18 2013
David O'Russell's surefire Oscar nominee American Hustle is a bona fide mess, melding stylistic references and tones with reckless abandon
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Dec. 18 2013
The human centerpiece of Joel and Ethan Coen's wonderful Inside Llewyn Davis is indeed a man of melancholy
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Dec. 11 2013
Gremlins is one of the great films about the Reagan era, but it's also one of the best subversions of the Christmas-film genre
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Dec. 11 2013
Hours, which opens Friday, Dec. 13, at AMC Plaza Bonita, is set on the eve of Hurricane Katrina in a city hospital where multiple stories seem to be colliding at once
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Dec. 4 2013
Late in Narco Cultura, yet another documentary about the various ways cartel trafficking impacts Mexican life, journalist Sandra Rodriguez makes a profound statement
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Dec. 4 2013
Bodies and carcasses: One can hardly tell them apart in Scott Cooper's Out of the Furnace. Every male character in this brooding mountain noir is a human slab of meat, waiting to get punctured...
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Nov. 26 2013
With so much subtext populating every scene, Nebraska-which opens Friday, Nov. 29, at Hillcrest Cinemas-is at its best during silent moments traversing the hypnotic and vast landscape of the region
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Nov. 26 2013
None of John Sayles' films feel quite like Go for Sisters, the director's new effort, which opens Friday, Nov. 29, at the Ken Cinema and screens for only one week
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Nov. 20 2013
The yearning twang of bluegrass brings Belgian musicians Didier (Johan Hldenbergh) and Elise (Veerle Baetens) together in The Broken Circle Breakdown and beguiles them through all the heartaches...
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Nov. 20 2013
Will the revolution be televised? That's the burning question at the heart of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, a sneaky and effective film adaptation of the second novel in Suzanne Collins' mega-popular...
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Nov. 12 2013
n epic of emotion and heartache, Blue is the Warmest Color tells the sublime story of Adèle (Adèle Exarchopoulos), a senior in high school who falls in love with a university...
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Nov. 12 2013
With The Armstrong Lie, Gibney attempts to grapple with the Lance Armstrong doping scandal by looking at his own past history with the once god-like cyclist who's become an international pariah
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Nov. 5 2013
Every fall, San Diego gets treated to a multitude of film festivals-so many, in fact, that it's easy to get overwhelmed. But if you're a movie lover, the San Diego Asian Film Festival's diverse programming...
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Nov. 5 2013
Unfortunately, Ron's freewheeling lifestyle has already gotten the best of him. A few scenes into the film, he's diagnosed with HIV, and from here, Dallas Buyers Club becomes about borrowed time...
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Oct. 30 2013
In his impressive documentary Let the Fire Burn, director Jason Osder uses the fire as a reference point to peer back in time and explore the historical context that led to the incident
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Oct. 30 2013
A film of pre-ordained importance because of its seemingly frank depiction of slavery, 12 Years a Slave is actually closer to a heightened fable than any profound example of period-piece...
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Oct. 22 2013
J.C. Chandor's All is Lost is the cinematic equivalent of a last will and testament

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