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Tombstone Territory: Rose of the Rio Bravo
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Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
Tomcats
Released: 2001
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
Tommy
Released: 1975
Rated: PG
Now Playing? No
Ken Russell's movie of the Who's famous rock opera is, as you might expect, wildly excessive. This is definitely one of the loudest movies - aurally, visually and even philosophically - ever made.
Tommy Boy
Released: 1995
Rated: PG-13
Now Playing? No
Tomorrow if Forever
Released: 1946
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Another variation on Enoch Arden (the husband who returns from the dead causing trouble galore among the living), with a little Wellesian hamming to pump it up. (M.W.)
Tony Dungy's Red Zone '09
Released: 2009
Rated: PG
Now Playing? No
Tony Manero
Released: 2009
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
In Augusto Pinochet's Chile, a nightclub choreographer (Alfredo Castro) models his habits on Saturday Night Fever -- and murders casually. Fascinating, bleak satire of a regime that also murdered casually. (K.B.)
Tony Takitani
Released: 2004
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
Too Bad She's Bad
Released: 1954
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
Too Late Blues
Released: 1961
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Early Cassavetes in a smoky, fatalistic jazz ini lieu. (M.W.)
Too Late the Hero
Released: 1971
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A riff of sorts on the Bill Holden sections of The Bridge Over The River Kwai - but nothing in that film is as exciting as the last 10 minutes here. (M.W.)
Too Many Girls
Released: 1940
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One of the handful of film assignments taken by the protean Broadway hitmaker, George Abbott. This was also the movie on which RKO's rampaging redhead, Lucille Ball, met a young Cuban bandleader named Desi Arnaz - whose first words on seeing her are supposed to have been: "Wow! Thass a honk of woman!"
Too Many Ways to Be Number One
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Too Tired to Die
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Tooth & Nail
Released: 2007
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
Tooth Fairy
Released: 2010
Rated: PG
Now Playing? No
In this bit of comic piffle, Dwayne Johnson is deeply unlikable in the role of an aging hockey player forced to serve as a real tooth fairy due to his sour attitude. (K.J.)
Tootsie
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Rated: PG
Now Playing? No
Top Gun
Released: 1986
Rated: PG
Now Playing? No
The 1986 drama about a young aviator (Tom Cruise) who gets to train at the Navy's elite Fighter Weapons School.
Top Gun: An IMAX 3D Experience
Released: 1986
Rated: PG
Now Playing? No
The Top Gun Naval Fighter Weapons School is where the best of the best train to refine their elite flying skills. When hotshot fighter pilot Maverick (Tom Cruise) is sent to the school, his reckless attitude and cocky demeanor put him at odds with the other pilots, especially the cool and collected Iceman (Val Kilmer). But Maverick isn't only competing to be the top fighter pilot, he's also fighting for the attention of his beautiful flight instructor, Charlotte Blackwood (Kelly McGillis). (TMS)
Top Hat
Released: 1935
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
Topaz
Released: 1969
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Now Playing? No
Like Torn Curtain, an attempt by Hitchcock to inject a little realism into the flourishing '60s spy thriller genre. The complicated story (from Leon Uris' novel) about a French agent's attempt to stave off the '62 U.S. Soviet missile crisis by exposing a network of double agents - collapses at the end; several climaxes were filmed and discarded. But along the way there are lots of delicious set-pieces and characters - and one amusing scene where a journalist (played by Michel Subor, who looks like Francois Truffaut) remorselessly grills an agent (played by Philippe Noiret, who looks like Hitchcock). The interviewer keeps touching on too many delicate areas, and at one point the subject considers shooting him.
Topaze
Released: 1933
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Now Playing? No
A little gem, based on a play by Marcel Pagnol, and executed with unerring taste by Harry D'Arrast -- a little known director of the late '20s and '30s and a worthy disciple of both Chaplin and Lubitsch. An idealistic but naive professor is persuaded to become the "front man" for an unscrupulous patent medicine company that markets "Sparkling Topaze" an allegedly beneficial product...perhaps all Perrier Water of its day. Delicious hamming by Barrymore, and an atmosphere of sunny, suave insouciance.
Topkapi
Released: 1964
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One of the ultimate caper movies: a "perfect" jewel robbery against the exotic backdrop of Istanbul. The cast mugs to the hilt and the amusing script is from Eric Ambler's The Light Of Day.
Topper Returns
Released: 1941
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More ectoplasmic high jinx with Cosmo Topper, this time involving a typically burlesqued "old dark horse" murder mystery. By now the humor is veering away from screwball romance and toward Abbott & Costello. (M.W.)
Topsy-Turvy
Released: 1999
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
Harking back to the days when the sun never set on the British empire.
Tora! Tora! Tora!
Released: 1970
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Spectacular re-creation of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor - shown from both sides. This is the film on which Akira Kurosawa, the original director of the Japanese sequences, suffered an emotional breakdown and attempted suicide. (M.W.)
Torment
Released: 1944
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A sadistic teacher tortures one of his female students to madness, while her lover struggles helplessly in the grip of emotional and psychological paralysis. A real historical curiosity: the director of record was Alf Sjoberg, but the dominant force behind the intense psychological melodrama was obviously its 26-year-old scenarist and assistant director, Ingmar Bergman. (M.W.)
Torn Curtain
Released: 1966
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Now Playing? No
In 1966, the spy thriller genre - which Alfred Hitchcock pioneered, and in which he had made several masterpieces - had become, thanks to James Bond, a commercial movie powerhouse. Spy thrillers were everywhere - and Hitchcock reacted by making Torn Curtain and Topaz. Disliked in their day, they were an interesting attempt to fuse paradigmatic suspense techniques with a more realistic look at international espionage. Torn Curtain, in fact, focuses on a domestic crisis: the emotional turmoil of an American scientists' wife who believes her husband is defecting to the communists. It's not exactly a Hitchcock classic, but it contains one of his greatest sequences: a long, excruciating murder with the scientists (Newman) trying frantically to stab, strangle, bludgeon and asphyxiate a meddling East German police agent named Gromek. The point of this shocking scene: In contrast to the Bond mythos, it is hard to kill a human being.
Torque
Released: 2004
Rated: PG-13
Now Playing? No
Tortilla Soup
Released: 2001
Rated: PG-13
Now Playing? No
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