Satellite of Hate

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Hugely left-wing parables don't come along every day.

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Trial Separation

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This biopic follows the career of Arendt who travelled to observe the trial of Adolf Eichmann.

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Strayed Cate Strut

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'Blue Jasmine' transplants a fragile flower to San Francisco.

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Regression Study

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Duncan romances neighbor girl in 'The Way Way Back.'

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Last Day

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'Fruitvale Station' tells of Oscar Grant's final hours.

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Garden State

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Girl Most Likely is a showcase for the superb comic talents of Kristen Wiig.

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Magical Mystery Tour

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The documentary 'Deceptive Practice' looks at many angles in the life of magician, actor, author and historian Ricky Jay.

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A girl grapples with her long past and endless future in 'Byzantium'.

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Mile High Club

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Carlos Areces and Raœl Arovalo are flight attendantswho have to distract passengers from a mechanical problem.

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The Bright Side

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Some positive news for a change from the filmmakers at the Windrider Film Forum in Menlo-Atherton.

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Five Billion Maniacs

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Brad Pitt staves off the zombies in 'World War Z.'

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Dirty Wars

Dirty Wars follows one journalist's efforts to expose the true cost of America's war on terror.

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Rust Never Sleeps

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Man of Steel manages to make both Krypton and Earth look dark and forbidding.

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Buffing Up the Bard

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Amy Acker's Beatrice takes some alone time in 'Much Ado About Nothing.'

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A new documentary looks at the complex history of WikiLeaks.

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City Girl

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Director Noah Baumbach's Frances Ha makes a new kind of star out of Greta Gerwig.

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Logic and Impulse

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Market forces pull the franchise in two directions in J.J.  Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness.

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Mad Doctor

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What little life the 'Hangover' franchise has left is due to Ken Jeong's Mr. Chow.

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The Nose

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Salman Rushdie's sprawling epic of   India, Midnight's Children, sprawls  like the Dickens on the big screen, too.

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A novel of riches, of self-made men and the attempt to grasp a single, pure image of the past, F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby.

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