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A Most Wanted Man
Daily Showtimes: 4:30, 7:00, 9:30

When a movie is based on a John le Carre spy novel, we know not to miss it. Director Anton Corbijn (The American) cast Philip Seymour Hoffman as a anti-terror expert in Hamburg who works to unravel the identity of a  Russian-Chechen immigrant who appears to have been tortured--or is he a terrorist masquerading as a victim? Robin Wright, Rachel McAdams and Willem Dafoe co-star with Hoffman in one of his final roles. "...a meticulously plotted, steadily absorbing drama that casts a cynical yet compassionate eye on the complexities of counterterrorist work in the post-9/11 era." Justin Chang, Variety

Rating: R
Running Time: 121 minutes

Begin Again
Daily Showtimes: 5:00, 7:10, 9:20

John Carney, who directed the delightful Once, now brings us a love story set in New York City. Keira Knightley is a British songwriter ditched by her boyfriend, Adam Levine, at the first sign of success. Mark Ruffalo is a producer who could use a hit. Receiving a standing ovation at the Toronto Film Festival, many agreed that Oscar nominations could be on the horizon, especially for the music. "A warm, funny crowd-pleaser."  Steve Pond, The Wrap

Rating: R
Running Time: 104 minutes

Life Itself
Daily Showtimes: 9:35 only

Fittingly, this documentary about Pulitzer Prize winning critic Roger Ebert was directed by Steve James, whose film Hoop Dreams was number one on Ebert's top ten list in 1994. Exploring his early rise to acclaim as a critic, his rivalry and friendship with Gene Siskel and his battle with cancer, the work is based on Ebert's memoir of the same name. "James cuts - as in all of his best work - straight to the human heart of the matter, celebrating both the writer and the man, the one inseparable from the other, largely in Ebert's own words." Scott Foundas, Variety

Rating: NR
Running Time: 115 minutes

The Grand Seduction
Daily Showtimes: 5:05, 7:20

The townspeople of a  Canadian harbor village are desperate to hire a doctor to fulfill a contractual requirement which would  allow them to snag a lucrative business contract. Brendan Gleeson, Taylor Kitsch and Gordon Pinsent head a fine ensemble in this comedy directed by Don McKellar (Last Night), from a screenplay by Michael Dowse and Ken Scott. "A hoot." John Hartl, Seattle Times "...there are more than a few moments that are laugh-out-loud funny." Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle

Rating: PG-13
Running Time: 115 minutes

Wish I Was Here
Daily Showtimes: 4:55, 7:15, 9:30

Writer-actor-director Zach Braff, ten years after his hit comedy Garden State, has created another indie film from the heart.  Exploring themes of fatherhood, Braff plays an out of work actor and father of two who decides to home school his children when his own father is diagnosed with cancer and can no longer pay for their private school. Kate Hudson and Mandy Patinkin co-star. "[A] funny and emotionally satisfying tale of thirtysomethings trying to come to terms with life itself ... " Boyd Hoeij, Hollywood Reporter

Rating: R
Running Time: 120 minutes

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