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    The Invisible Woman

    Ralph Fiennes delivers a magnificent performance as Charles Dickens while directing himself and a first-rate ensemble in "The Invisible Woman."

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    Christmas Movie Talk

    Earlier this week I chatted about holiday films with my friend and colleague Alonso Duralde, author of the book "Have Yourself a Movie Little Christmas."

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    The Past

    Writer-director Asghar Farhad works so well with his actors that everything seems genuine and naturalistic, even the scenes involving young children.

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    her

    Spike Jonze is so smart, and his new film so ingenious and relevant, that I wish I liked it more. I was completely captivated at first but after a while I became impatient.

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    Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues

    At a time when so many comedies try to push the boundary lines of raunchiness as far as they can, this one deals in another, much rarer, commodity: sheer silliness.

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    The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug

    The hand-to-hand combat that fills the movie is seamlessly integrated into a make-believe world created by the magicians at Jackson’s WETA workshop. (Photo by Mark Pokorny)

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    Saving Mr. Banks

    A charming and heartwarming piece of entertainment, highlighted by a handful of superior performances. (Photo by François Duhamel - Courtesy of Disney Ent. LLC)

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    American Hustle

    On the plus side of the ledger, Russell enables his cast to inhabit some colorful, downright transformative, characters. (Photo by Francois Duhamel)

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    Inside Llewyn Davis

    You have to admire Joel and Ethan Coen's ability to put a personal stamp on everything they do.

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    Out of the Furnace

    Director and co-writer Scott Cooper never finds a way to transform his working-class parable into a meaningful story in "Out of the Furnace."

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