Ila (Emma Watson) and her husband, Shem, are two passengers aboard the ark built by Noah to escape God's flood in Noah, Darren Aronofsky's imagining of the biblical tale. Courtesy of Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Send Out The Doves: 'Noah' Lands On Solid Ground

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Stacy Martin (right, with Sophie Kennedy Clark) plays the younger version of Charlotte Gainsbourg's sex-addict protagonist in Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac — a study of sex and intimacy that's calculated, characteristically for this director, to provoke. Christian Geisnaes/Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Addicted To Sex, But Not Really Having Much Fun

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A middle-aged British couple (Lindsay Duncan and Jim Broadbent) attempts to re-create the sizzle of their Paris honeymoon in Le Week-End, from director Roger Michell. Music Box Films hide caption

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Middle-Aged Souls Channel Teen Rebellion, Just For A 'Week-End'

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Alain Resnais, Director And Master Of Disorientation, Dies At 91

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Ila (Nimrat Kaur) is a Mumbai housewife who accidentally begins a correspondence with another man when the lunch she packs for her own husband goes astray. Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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A Meet-Cute Romance With A Delicious Twist

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Ghostbusters, starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis, was one of Ramis' many successful comedies. The writer, director, actor and producer died Monday; he had co-written and planned to star in the long-awaited Ghostbusters III. Corus Entertainment / Sony Pictures hide caption

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Harold Ramis: A Big-Screen Comedy Nerd, Eager To Please

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Omar (Adam Bakri) is a Palestinian baker and secret informant who braves the wall that splits his community to visit his lover, Nadia (Leem Lubany) in the Oscar-nominated film Omar. Adopt Films hide caption

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One Conflict, One Wall, Two Sides Of The Arab-Israeli World

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Movie Review: 'RoboCop,' 'About Last Night,' And 'Endless Love'

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Frank Stokes (George Clooney), Walter Garfield (John Goodman) and Sam Epstein (Dimitri Leonidas) are part of a World War II platoon ordered to rescue stolen art from the Nazis in The Monuments Men, directed by George Clooney. Claudette Barius/Courtesy of Columbia Pictures hide caption

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Plenty Of Heart, Not Much Art In 'Monuments Men'

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Philip Seymour Hoffman at a screening of The Master, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award, during the 2012 Venice Film Festival. Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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On Philip Seymour Hoffman, And His Many Appearances

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Silent-film icon Charlie Chaplin, in character as the Little Tramp, takes aim with his walking stick circa 1925. Edward Gooch/Getty Images hide caption

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A Century Ago Today, Chaplin Made His Film Debut — In A Dud

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Depressed single mother Adele (Kate Winslet) and her son, Henry (Gattlin Griffith), give the wounded and desperate Frank (Josh Brolin) a ride, only to realize that Frank is an escaped convict being hunted by local police. Dale Robinette/Paramount Pictures and Indian Paintbrush hide caption

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At Home, With Mom And Her Murderous Beau

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Movie Reviews: Gloria & Stranger By The Lake

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