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Two self-involved Los Angeles siblings travel to rural Arkansas to tidy up their dead father's affairs, and discover unexpected longings for a sense of home.
This powerful drama looks at the life of the celebrated Chicago chef and inventor who wanted to save the world through food.
This seedy German family/crime drama feels more like the start of a good idea for a movie rather than a fully formulated one.
Created by a real-life pregnant couple, it’s part documentary, part fantasy, sketch comedy mixed with seriocomic confrontations with adulthood's abrupt arrival.
A nouveau Western / Southern gothic crime drama, “High Cotton” evokes “Of Mice and Men” in its tale of a dim but kindhearted bumpkin and his cleverer friend.
A modern French Western — and who knew there was such a thing? — strives but fails to build upon the great bones of "The Searchers."
This quiet drama featuring Indiana-born Greg Kinnear is a tender and true portrait of what it's like to be a 13-year-old boy, or a parent of one.
It's all very cute and cuddly, but there is less substance in all of "The Secret Life of Pets" than in 10 minutes of any of the films it rips off.