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A psychological thriller with a sci-fi twist. Mark Strong portrays a “memory detective” who enters his subjects' minds to unlock clues to the cases he's working on. When he enters the mind of the extremely talented and deeply disturbed Anna (Taissa Farmiga), it turns into a game of cat and mouse. The two leads carry this movie, and the interaction between them gives it weight.

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Imagine confronting someone who brutalized you years before. That's the subject of this exceptional drama starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman. When Firth discovers that the man who mistreated him in a WWII labor camp is still alive, he journeys to confront him. It's a powerful and intense film, and even though the subject matter made it difficult to watch at times, it was one of the best films I’ve seen this year.

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Jason Bateman stars in and directs this raunchy, so-wrong-it’s-right tale of revenge. (Or is it redemption?) Bateman’s character, Guy, enters a spelling bee and finds himself in an unlikely union with a 10-year-old contestant, who revels in Guy’s unfiltered honesty. If you liked Bad Santa, this is right up your alley.

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Like other adaptations, this one hits the familiar points: Tarzan is raised by a gorilla, falls in love with Jane and is menaced by a gorilla and a human villain. I liked this version's animation, and the conservationist story line is well suited for today’s audiences. I think kids will really enjoy it, even though the apes don’t talk, no one breaks into song and Phil Collins isn't around.

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The great Robin Williams stars as Henry Altmann, a man who’s having quite possibly the worst day someone can have. His doctor (Mila Kunis) tells him he has 90 minutes left to live, and he attempts to make amends for a lifetime of regret. It's a life-affirming journey of a dying father, husband and sometime friend.

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Robert Duvall is, in my opinion, one of the finest actors in American cinema. In A Night In Old Mexico, he plays a rancher who reunites with his estranged grandson for a memorable night in Tijuana. The film had some wonderful comedic moments, some action and a very poignant story. It's ideal if you want to enjoy a high-quality drama. I, for one, loved my night in old Mexico and look forward to traveling there again.

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If an alien were to come to Earth and take on human form, what better form could there be than Scarlett Johansson. The story is mesmerizing in the subtle, unrelenting way that it worms into your thoughts. A unique blend of sci-fi horror that is part Species and part Alien, with a slow burn reminiscent of 2001: A Space Odyssey.

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A man awakens in a pit full of dead bodies, with absolutely no memory of who he is or how he got there. The twists and turns will keep you guessing to the very end. There's a group of like-minded (or absent-minded) refugees also trying to figure out their predicament, and all the while, a countdown looms. The question is: a countdown to what?