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    The Grand Budapest Hotel

    Ralph Fiennes delivers a heroically hilarious performance in the captivating “The Grand Budapest Hotel.”

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    Bethlehem

    In the provocative thriller "Bethlehem," there is no room for sentiment and loyalties can shift at a moment’s notice.

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    Mr. Peabody & Sherman

    I’m delighted to say that "Mr. Peabody & Sherman" is a treat for diehard Peabody fans and, I daresay, for newcomers as well.

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    The Lunchbox

    The subtle performances of the redoubtable Irrfan Khan and the less familiar but no less engaging Nimrat Kaur enhance this delicate material and make the film a pleasure to watch.

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    Non-Stop

    "Non-Stop" is wildly entertaining: an action thriller with a whodunit twist that keeps you on the edge of your seat.

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    Omar

    A deft blending of thriller and romance, "Omar" invokes everything from film noir to Shakespeare.

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    The Pretty One

    The premise of "The Pretty One" may be far-fetched, but it’s carried out with sincerity and the results are amusing, ironic, and thoughtful. Here's a small-scale movie that offers a gleam of satisfaction.

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    The Wind Rises

    Certainly no one else would render such a story in old-school, hand-drawn animation instead of surrendering to modern CGI. But that’s what makes Miyazaki unique.

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    Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me

    You’d have to be inept not to get good material when you turn a camera on the irrepressible Elaine Stritch. Fortunately, first-time director Chiemi Karasawa earned the actress’ complete trust...

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    Winter’s Tale

    Jessica Brown-Findlay is the winsome heroine in the 1916 portion of the story, and it’s nice to see Eva Marie Saint in a lovely cameo, but I shudder to think what Valentine’s date night will be like for couples who choose to see "Winter’s Tale."

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