Corporate headhunter Roger Brown (Aksel Hennie) has a lucrative if less-than-legal sideline in fine art — until he crosses the wrong man. Magnet Releasing hide caption

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'Headhunters': The Caper Flick, Raised To A Fine Art

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Mya (Meagan Good), while dating Zeke (Romany Malco), follows the do's and don't's of dating advice from comedian Steve Harvey's real-world self-help book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man. Alan Markfield/Sony Pictures hide caption

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'Think Like A Man,' And We'll See What Happens

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Mohamed Fellag, an Algerian comedian and humor writer, plays the title character in the Oscar-nominated Monsieur Lazhar, who steps in to teach a class of middle school students at exactly the right time. Music Box Films hide caption

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An Inspiring Teacher, Exactly When He's Needed

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Encore! Encore! Applauding The Literal Showstopper

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To Be Or Not To Be (The Pope) Is The Question

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Alex, one of the kids who struggles with bullies in Lee Hirsch's documentary Bully. Weinstein Co. hide caption

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Jennifer Lawrence stars as Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games, adapted from Suzanne Collins' bestselling novel trilogy. Lionsgate hide caption

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From Page To Screen: Hollywood Targets YA Fiction

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Are You Not Entertained? TV host Caesar Flickerman (Stanley Tucci) takes the celebrity interview to new lows when chatting up the young combatants in the to-the-death Hunger Games — including Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence). Lionsgate hide caption

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'Hunger Games': Mortal Combat As Appointment TV

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Two pairs of filmmaking brothers are both releasing movies this weekend. In Jeff, Who Lives at Home, by the Duplass brothers Jay and Mark, Pat (Ed Helms) and Jeff (Jason Segel) encounter each other in a day fraught with fateful events. Also opening is The Kid with a Bike, a Belgian slice-of-life drama from the Dardenne brothers, Jean-Pierre and Luc.. Paramount Vantage hide caption

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Betting On Two Pairs Of Filmmaking Brothers

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The Theatrical Curtain Call: More Than Just Bows

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After almost two decades of estrangement, fractious writer Jonathan Flynn (Robert De Niro, right) gets in contact with his adult son Nick (Paul Dano) when he's forced to leave his apartment. Focus Features hide caption

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'Being Flynn': Taking In A Prodigal Father

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Design Within Reach? The cool sterility of 2001: A Space Odyssey is just one example of how pop culture expresses an anxiety that's seemingly about technology, but may be as old as time. MGM hide caption

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Our Media, Ourselves: Are We Headed For A Matrix?

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Small Wonder: Arrietty (voiced by Bridgit Mendler) is an inches-tall Borrower whose family lives within the walls of a human household. Walt Disney Pictures hide caption

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Havana Heat: The title characters meet cute and swing hard in Chico and Rita, an animated love story with an infectious Latin groove. GKIDS hide caption

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'Chico And Rita' And All That Jazz

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