Historic theaters are trying out various strategies to raise funds for a conversion to digital projectors.
'Place' supplies a somewhat simplistic history of hunger in America, but the documentary makes many good points about the situation.
'Stoker' centers on precocious India Stoker (Mia Wasikowska), who is unnaturally fixated on her mysterious uncle.
'Jack' has mostly perfunctory performances, though the giants are somewhat entertaining.
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'Ultima' strains to be a classic, but the film does have lovely sections.
'Caesar,' a prison's production of Shakespeare, doesn't sugarcoat the convicts or their incarcerations.
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Movie classics like 'Casablanca' and 'High Noon' were short and sweet, but modern audiences are more likely to sit through a three-hour running time.
'No' presents an interesting look at Chilean political drama, but like other historical films, it seems at time to put too happy a face on the proceedings.
Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami's story follows a young student who works as an escort.
'Safe Haven,' starring Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel, is more of a Gothic chick flick than anything.
The 'Die Hard' franchise starring Bruce Willis may have run its course.
'Creatures,' an ordinary-boy-meets-teen-witch story, could have used a dash of Tim Burton ghoulishness.
Lawrence Ferlinghetti is the subject of a documentary that encompasses, among other topics, the history of the Beats and his City Lights Bookstore.
'Lore' overdoes its symbolism at times, but actress Saskia Rosendahl as the titular character is impressively expressive.
The plot in 'Side Effects' is part social commentary, part film noir, but the twists in the story are more ingenious than believable.
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