Jeannette Catsoulis A Scottish expat who believes most problems can be solved by a single malt and a Swedish masseur, Jeannette Catsoulis found her film-writing career kick-started when an arts editor discovered she was the only person at his dinner table who knew who Ed Wood was. She contributes to The New York Times, indieWIRE, Reverse Shot, Las Vegas CityLife and NPR.
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Derek (Alexander Skarsgard) and wife Cindy (Paula Patton) are sandbagged by online identity thieves who steal their credit information — even as they're still grappling with the death of their young son. LD Entertainment hide caption

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Shelley (Antonia Campbell-Hughes), Nikki (Laura Haddock), David (Ned Dennehy) and Charlie (Noel Clarke) are among a crew of trapped Londoners dealing with an otherworldly threat in the thriller Storage 24. Matt Humphrey/Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Salesman Steve Butler (Matt Damon) faces a challenge from environmentalist Dustin Noble (John Krasinski) while trying to buy drilling rights in a small town. Scott Green/Focus Features hide caption

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Maria (Naomi Watts) and Lucas (Tom Holland) are ripped from their family by a tsunami. Jose Haro/Summit Entertainment hide caption

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A series of mishaps and bad choices leaves the impetuous, impoverished Ashley (Abbie Cornish) caring for a young Mexican immigrant (Maritza Santiago Hernandez). Brainstorm Media hide caption

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Cesar's (Luis Toscar) twisted obsession with ruining his tenants' lives is the stuff of urban legend. Dark Sky Films hide caption

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Catherine (Kaya Scodelario), one of literature's most famous heroines, is set against a naturalistic backdrop in Andrea Arnold's adaptation of Wuthering Heights. Oscilloscope Pictures hide caption

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis star as present and future versions of the same man in Looper. Alan Markfield/Sony Pictures hide caption

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Robert Miller (Richard Gere) struggles to hide his financial indiscretions from his daughter (Brit Marling) in Arbitrage. Myles Aronowitz/Roadside Attractions hide caption

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Meet the Fokkens follows Louise and Martine Fokkens, identical twins who have worked as prostitutes in Amsterdam for more than 50 years. Martine still works today, while Louise stopped a few years ago because of her arthritis. Kino Lorber hide caption

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Director Anthony Baxter (left) with Michael Forbes, whose property borders Donald Trump's contentious luxury golf resort. The fight over the resort is the focus of Baxter's documentary You've Been Trumped. International Film Circuit hide caption

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In Take This Waltz, Margot (Michelle Williams) and Lou (Seth Rogen) find their seemingly cozy marriage in need of some excitement. Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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In Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, Penny (Keira Knightley) and Dodge (Steve Carell) help each other reconnect with distant family and an old love before an asteroid destroys life on Earth. Darren Michaels/Focus Features hide caption

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In seeking the best ways to treat his female patients' nervous conditions, forward-thinking Victorian physician Mortimer Granville (Hugh Dancy, left) enlists the help of his inventor friend Edmund St. John-Smythe (Rupert Everett). They soon stumble into inventing the vibrator. Ricardo Vaz Palma/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Bernie Tiede (Jack Black), a sweet undertaker's assistant beloved by his small East Texas community, befriends a prickly and controlling widow (Shirley MacLaine). Her generosity comes with so many strings that he soon finds his almost inexhaustible kindness stretched to the limit. Deana Newcomb/Millennium Entertainment hide caption

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College do-gooders Heather (Carrie MacLemore), Violet (Greta Gerwig) and Rose (Megalyn Echikunwoke) take it upon themselves to improve the lives of everyone around them — including those smelly frat boys — at their fictional upper-crust school. Sabrina Lantos/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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After she leaves her husband and a respectable life for the charismatic but immature Freddie Page (Tom Hiddleston), Hester Collyer (Rachel Weisz) finds her new situation more filled with more passion — and more instability. Music Box Films hide caption

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Cyril (Thomas Doret), living in a state-run home and searching for the father who abandoned him, finds a meaningful connection with local hairdresser Samantha (Cecile de France), who agrees to foster him on weekends. Christine Plenus/IFC Films hide caption

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Nik (Tristan Halilaj, left) and his younger brother, Dren (Elsajed Tallalli), must both stay indoors to avoid violent retaliation after their father kills a member of another family. Anila Jaho/IFC Films hide caption

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Phantom Finders: Just as the Yankee Pedlar Inn is about to close, desk clerks Claire (Sara Paxton) and Luke (Pat Healy) break out the AV equipment to investigate the claim that their hotel is haunted. Magnet Releasing hide caption

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Wills To Power: Meryl Streep plays Margaret Thatcher — and Jim Broadbent her supportive husband, Denis — in The Iron Lady. Alex Bailey/The Weinstein Co. hide caption

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