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To Catch A Thief
Released: 1955
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
A retired cat burglar on the Cote d'Azur tries to clear his name during a plague of jewel robberies, while wooing one of the victims. A glossy, pleasant, decorative thriller - the one of his movies which most nearly conforms to Hitchcock's old public image as the superficial, canny entertainer. It contains one classic double-entendre gag: a firework explosion during Grant and Kelly's lovemaking.
To Die Like a Man
Released: 2009
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
A Lisbon drag queen confronts mortality (LACIS Festival de Cine: New Portuguese Cinema).
To Each His Own
Released: 1946
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Well-mounted, but morally offensive, tear jerker about an unwed mother, who surrenders her son to upper middle-class family life. James Agee described this movie as "bottomlessly vile" and catering to "pathological appetites." It won DeHavilland one of her Oscars. (M.W.)
To Get to Heaven First You Have to Die
Released: 2006
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
The UW Cinemathequeâ??s series on Central Asian cinema features Jamshed Usmonovâ??s tale of a small-time smuggler in Tajikistan.
To Have and Have Not
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To Hell and Back
Released: 1955
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A lousy movie, but a real historical oddity: World War II most decorated soldier, Audie Murphy, plays himself in an adaptation of his own autobiography. (M.W.)
To Kill a Man
Released: 2014
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
To Kill a Mockingbird
Released: 1962
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
To Live
Released: 1994
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
To Our Loves
Released: 1983
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
To Rome With Love
Released: 2012
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
Woody Allen’s ambling, just-passable picture tells four stories set in Rome. There are a few funny set-pieces, especially in the story starring Allen as a failed opera impresario.
To Save a Life
Released: 2010
Rated: PG-13
Now Playing? No
A ham-handed Christian message movie about a high school senior (Randy Wayne) who turns to Jesus when a friend commits suicide. (M.B.)
To Sir, With Love
Released: 1967
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Now Playing? No
Before he became the Chinese Emperor of best-selling novelists, James Clavell was an indifferently successful writer-director, a specialist in miscegenation and cultural clashes. This was his only popular film; a sort of turned-around Blackboard Jungle, with Poitier the idealist teacher in a London slum. (M.W.)
To the Stars by Hard Ways
Released: 1981
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
A Soviet film about an alien hoping to restore her polluted planet.
To the Wonder
Released: 2012
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
A man (Ben Affleck) reconnects with a childhood sweetheart (Rachel McAdams) after problems arise in his relationship with the Frenchwoman (Olga Kurylenko) he brought home to Oklahoma with him. (TMS)
Tobacco Road
Released: 1941
Rated:
Now Playing? No
John Ford's bizarre, shaggily amusing follow-up to The Grapes of Wrath (on which he and scenarist Nunnally Johnson had collaborated the year before). Charley Grapewin - great as Grandpa Joad in Grapes - here plays the roughly similar Jeeter Lester, a Georgia redneck who's an imperviously lazy and dissolute sharecropper. Tobacco Road tends to deflate where The Grapes of Wrath exalted; it shows us a similar milieu, a similar journey by car, and similar impoverished desperation, but here the emphasis is on rough-hewn slapstick, and the cynical social observations of novelist Erkine Caldwell (minus Caldwell's famous sexual frankness, which is what made the novel and play popular in the first place). Yet, Ford, much as he seems to relish Jeeter's roguishness, paradoxically lavishes all his skill for elegiac composition on Tobacco Road. The climactic sequence is one of the most poetic in his entire oeuvre.
Today's England
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Today's Special
Released: 2010
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
A New York chef reconnects with his Indian heritage in this comedy co-written by The Daily Show's Aasif Mandvi.
Together
Released: 2002
Rated: PG
Now Playing? No
Tokyo Chorus
Released: 1931
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
Tokyo Joe
Released: 1948
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Now Playing? No
Post-war Japan, Bogey-style.(M.W.)
Tokyo Story
Released: 1953
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
Tokyo!
Released: 2009
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
This triptych of short films set in Tokyo is both a splendid head trip and a gorgeous mess. Leos Carax directs a riff on Godzilla, Michel Gondry a whimsical romance, and Bong Joon-ho a tale of an obsessive-compulsive agoraphobic. (M.S.)
Tom Brown's School Days
Released: 1940
Rated:
Now Playing? No
Fast times at Rugby High, from the persistent classic of British scholastics.
Tom Horn
Released: 1979
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Now Playing? No
Another "noble outlaw" Western, given some added depth and sting by one of Tom (92 in the Shade) McGuane's rare screenplays. This was McQueen's next-to-last movie - he was dying of cancer when he made it - and, in some ways, it's a fitting valedictory.
Tom Jones
Released: 1963
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Henry Fielding's irrepressible foundling wines and wassails and fondles and fornicates across half of England while a monumental collection of wenches, buffoons, highwaymen, whores, rogues, alcoholics and disgracefully misbehaving lords and ladies come tumbling after him. A very popular, high-spirited almost too frenetic adaptation of the great picaresque novel (the style is Hogarth and the Royal Court crossed with "The Goon Show") in which Tony Richardson and associates seem determined to blow the whole tradition of understated British "quality" sky high.
Tom Thumb
Released: 1958
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Slightly coy, but often charming, inventive musical from the Grimm Brothers fairy tale. Pal's special effects are ingenious and Peter Sellers and Terry Thomas give the sugary proceedings an unexpected shot of satire as two roguish and wittily excessive villains.
Tom, Dick and Harry
Released: 1941
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Blithe little comedy about a woman unable to choose among three wildly dissimilar suitors. An early success from Garson Kanin's bizarre film directorial career (it collapsed after he hit 30).
Tomb of Ligeia
Released: 1965
Rated: PG
Now Playing? No
The most lurid, splashy, and obsessive of Corman's Edgar Allen Poe adaptations; the subject - as scripted by "Chinatown's" Robert Towne - is the sweet lyricism of death.
Tombstone Territory: Revenge Town
Released:
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
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