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The rebooted Lara Croft chronicle is certainly a movie that exists.
A new exhibit celebrates the ten-dollar Founding Father without a father — no music necessary. (Sorry about the misleading headline)
A story of Ireland, a bunch of stories about the planet, and a story about the beginnings of the Civil Rights movement you probably didn't know.
Disney's adaptation of the beloved book nails the story beautifully. Where was this movie when I was 11 and really needed it?
Catch "An Affair to Remember," the ReelAbilities Film Festival and Benedict Cumberbatch in "Hamlet."
The Big Apple Circus brings the big top to every audience member with autism- and disability-friendly performances.
A Japanese woman finds herself — and a few flaws — in a journey of self-discovery.
Joel Edgerton and director Francis Lawrence wanted the spy thriller to captivate, not confuse.
What does the Academy know? A decade from now, it'll be clear which films and performances have stood the test of time.
Lullabies, hymns and movie scores are interwoven into this world-premiere performance, part of the Kennedy Center's Direct Current festival.