It was at the Catskills' Avon Lodge in 1942 that comic and actor Sid Caesar would meet Florence Levy, a kids' counselor, niece of the owner and later Caesar's much-adored wife of nearly seven decades. "I thought he would be just a nice boyfriend for the summer," she told a California newspaper not long before her death in 2010. International Film Circuit hide caption

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Ginger's (Sally Hawkins) best moments happen while in the company of a persistent suitor named Al (Louis C.K.). Merrick Morton /Sony Classics hide caption

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Aging fisherman Ernesto (Mimmo Cuticchio, left) and his and his family navigate tough times and perilous politics in Terraferma, whose misspelled title is no accident in a world of increasingly closed borders. Cohen Media Group hide caption

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The Wolverine finds Hugh Jackman's Logan at large in Japan, where an old friend is looking for a hand — and our hero is looking to sort out some psychological baggage. Ben Rothstein/Fox hide caption

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When it is discovered that Timmy Choi (Louis Koo) has been manufacturing meth, he's sentenced to death and put in the custody of Capt. Zhang. His only shot at redemption? Helping Zhang shut down his cartel. Variance hide caption

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Harold Lloyd (left) is the All-American Boy, a striver who'll brave nearly anything to get to the top and win The Girl. Noah Young is The Law (center) and Bill Strother is The Pal. Criterion Collection hide caption

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Actor Michael Pena voices Turbo's human friend Tito, an ambitious character whose outlandish dreams don't seem to sync up with his brother's vision for their food truck and stand, Dos Bros Tacos. DreamWorks Animation hide caption

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Conjuring Scares: James Wan's latest genre entry serves up familiar horror tropes with enough style and facility to result in something shiver-inducingly fresh. Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Turbo, center, is the hero of an unlikely adventure involving six or seven talking mollusks, a similar number of humans willing to gamble large sums of money on them, and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. And they say Hollywood doesn't have any new ideas. DreamWorks Animation hide caption

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The new documentary Blackfish looks at the practice of keeping orca whales in captivity. EPK hide caption

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The opening of The Act of Killing, which seems like something out of a Bollywood musical, has a happy energy about it. But as we'll learn, the two men in the center led death squads in the 1960s, when an estimated 1.2 million Indonesians were killed. In Joshua Oppenheimer's astonishing documentary, they obligingly re-enact their crimes. Drafthouse hide caption

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Kristen Wiig and Annette Bening are daughter and mother in a dysfunctional-family comedy about a playwright whose life needs a reboot — and the people who help her push the button. Roadside Attractions hide caption

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Tilikum, a 6-ton orca who has killed two of his SeaWorld trainers, is the main subject of Blackfish, a documentary that describes itself as "a psychological thriller with a killer whale at its center." Magnolia hide caption

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