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Telefon
Released: 1978
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Rugged KGB man and sexy CIA double agent pursue dashing Stalinist maniac who is unleashing a legion of zombie saboteurs on U.S. defense installations. Despite this outlandish premise, a tough, slick auctioneer. (M.W.)
Teletek 1: A Golden Age
Released: 0000
Rated: NR
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A program of vintage TV shows from the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research features Visit to a Small Planet and The Ed Sullivan Show.
Teletek 2: Ziv!
Released: 0000
Rated: NR
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A program of vintage TV shows from the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research features Sea Hunt, Bat Masterson and Science Fiction Theatre.
Teletek 3: East Side, West Side
Released: 0000
Rated: NR
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A program of vintage television showcases two of the medium's most committed talents, Edward R. Murrow and producer David Susskind.
Teletek 4: Hot War, Cold War
Released: 0000
Rated: NR
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Television's First Lady: Faye Emerson
Released: 2010
Rated: NR
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Five episodes from the actress and interviewer's short-lived 1950 series.
Tell It To The Judge
Released: 1949
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The erotic antics of lawyers, gaveling each other into ecstasy. (M.W.)
Tell No One
Released: 2006
Rated: R
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Less a whodunit than a whodunwhat, this French thriller from director Guillaume Canet combines elements of Vertigo and The Fugitive in its story about a Parisian pediatrician (François Cluzet) who still hasn’t gotten over the murder of his wife eight years ago, then gets a mysterious email, seemingly from her. We're left largely in the dark until one of those lengthy final-scene confessions, but the movie actually does a masterful job of doling out information. (K.W.)
Tell Them Who You Are
Released: 2004
Rated: R
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Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here
Released: 1969
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Willie Boy, a Paiute Indian, becomes enmeshed in a huge early 1900s Arizona manhunt when he kills his lover's father and flees with her into the desert. The motivations are political: Willie Boy, the symbol of rebellion, must be crushed - particularly since President Taft is touring the area. This harrowing story, based on fact, is told from the angle of two characters: the defiant, desperate Willie, and the Conscience-stricken sheriff who has to track him down. Despite casting errors, this is a great, powerful Western. Director-writer Abraham Polonsky made it after spending nearly two decades on Hollywood's blacklists.
Temper
Released: 2015
Rated: NR
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Telugu action thriller.
Tempest
Released: 1982
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Paul Mazursky refashions Shakespeare's great play into a contemporary comedy-psychodrama about a misanthropic Manhattan architect who flees to an idyllic Greek Island with his teenage daughter and mistress. Raul Julia plays an insanely engaging Caliban - a slovenly, lecherous Greek handyman - to Cassavetes' brooding Propero and Sarandon's knockout Ariel. It's an odd little paradise: nothing to eat by leta cheese and little to do but muse or caper in the dancing sunlight. The architect's wife, however, now the mistress of a big-time racketeer, pursues him there to reclaim their daughter. And, as their boat approaches, a mysterious storm springs up...Lovely, quirky, beautifully acted by everyone, full of oddball jeux d'esprits (the goat dance to "New York, New York"), sparkling magic and wistful high spirits. This is a neglected little masterpiece, one of the few recent American movies that at its best reminds you of the romances and fancies of Jean Renoir or Rene Clair.
Ten Canoes
Released: 2006
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
Reviewed this issue.
Ten Days' Wonder
Released: 1972
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Claude Chabrol's adaptation of the complex Ellery Queen thriller set in mythical "Wrightsville," a weird amalgam of Biblical allegory, murder mystery and modern Oedipus saga. Richly styled, full of inside references (mostly to Citizen Kane, Arkadin and Psycho), a compelling example of the French fascination with American popular culture.
Ten Seconds To Hell
Released: 1959
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Bomb-defusion squads in Berlin; a few more patented Aldrich explosions. (M.W.)
Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny
Released: 2006
Rated: R
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The self-proclaimed â??greatest rock band in the worldâ? (Jack Black, Kyle Gass) search for a magical guitar pick. This feature-length comedy has the amiable feel of the duoâ??s early, odder HBO shorts, but it doesnâ??t hit the highest bizarro notes that fans are used to. (M.S.)
Tender Comrade
Released: 1943
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A preachy soap opera, from an early Dalton Trumbo screenplay, about female factory workers on the W.W.II home front. James Agee called it "one of the god-damndest things ever seen," "a textbook and a treat for the hardiest misogynists," and "the most richly dreadful and fascinating of recent films...At the end, Ginger Rogers subjects a defenseless baby to a speech which lasts 24 hours and five minutes by my watch, and which...in its fantastic promises of a better world to come, is one of the most nauseating things I have ever sat through." How many chances do you get to see a movie which provokes a knock as eloquent as that? (M.W.)
Tender is the Night
Released: 1962
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Variable adaptation of Scott Fitzgerald's great novel - of Dick Diver and Nicole, of love and madness, of golden days that turn to shadow on the Cote d'Azur. The last film in which David Selznick had much say - though most of his suggestions were ignored.
Tender Mercies
Released: 1983
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Low-key, poetic study of an alcoholic country music has been trying to recover from the turbulent wreckage of his life. The film, directed by the Australian Bruce Beresford (Breaker Morant), is full of anguish, serenity, and melancholy connections with the Southwestern land Duvall, as the singer, is superb. (M.W.)
Tennessee Johnson
Released: 1942
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Glossy MGM bio of Lincoln's bedeviled successor, Andrew Johnson, directed by Hollywood's Plutarch, William Dieterle (Life of Emile Zola, Story of Louis Pasteur).
Tension at Table Rock
Released: 1956
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Turgid "adult" Western by Charles Marquis Warren, the "auteur" of TV's "Gunsmoke." (At the age of 10, your reviewer fell in love with Dorothy Malone as a result of this picture. )
Term of Trial
Released: 1963
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Slightly seedy schoolteacher's world begins to crumble after a false charge of sexual assault. A rather empty, reworking of The Children's Hour theme, with a wasted cast.
Terminal USA
Released: 1994
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Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Released: 1991
Rated: R
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Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Released: 2003
Rated: R
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Arnold's latest seems content to show us a good time
Terminator Salvation
Released: 2009
Rated: PG-13
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John Connor (Christian Bale) commands a global resistance against the self-aware machines of SkyNet and their killer cyborgs, the Terminators. The film is terrifically dull, lacking any sense of good old summer matinee fun. (M.S.)
Terms and Conditions May Apply
Released: 2013
Rated: NR
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Terms of Endearment
Released: 1983
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A film based on Larry McMurty's novel about cross-generational conflicts in a modern Texas family, well written and directed by TV sitcom specialist James Brooks ("The Mary Tyler Moore Show"). The movie is basically a TV sitcom tearjerker as well, but it has wit and compassion, the cast is excellent, and one of Brook's own inventions (a middle-aged romance between Shirley MacLaine as a domineering widow and Jack Nicholson as a lewd, potbellied astronaut) is done with beguiling flair and brilliance.
Terribly Happy
Released: 2008
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
In the rancid, boggy flatlands outside Copenhagen, an exiled police officer (Jakob Cedergren) is reassigned to watch over a town of eccentrics. This noirish, strange and often very funny Danish comedy is augmented by comically morose art direction and downright dire locations. (M.S.)
Tess
Released: 1980
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Thomas Hardy's great novel of rape, redemption and tragedy; of Tess and Angel Clare; of the class ties that bind, that ravish and kill - adapted with chilling beauty by Ronald Polanski.
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