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  • Tribeca Film Festival 2014 focused on simplicity, stability

    Tribeca Film Festival 2014 focused on simplicity, stability
    NEW YORK — Since it was founded 12 years ago, the Tribeca Film Festival has sometimes swerved between identities like a barfly at happy hour, exuberant but hardly always clear.
  • 'Breathe In's' fraught passion ups explosive tension

     'Breathe In's' fraught passion ups explosive tension
    The exquisitely calibrated "Breathe In" explores a fraught mutual passion between a British exchange student ("The Invisible Woman's" Felicity Jones) and the father of the family she's staying with (Guy Pearce) with honesty, intimacy and complete...

    In new 'Captain America,' Robert Redford comes in from the cold

    In new 'Captain America,' Robert Redford comes in from the cold
    [On Monday mornings, Movies Now will be looking at some aspect of the No. 1 movie over the weekend. This week: Robert Redford's homecoming in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier."] Robert Redford long ago transitioned from matinee idol to Hollywood...

    Review: Intimate 'Breathe In' explores a fraught attraction

    Review: Intimate 'Breathe In' explores a fraught attraction
    Romantic attraction, popular mythology notwithstanding, is not necessarily destiny, and the desire two people feel for each other can, under the wrong circumstances, cause chaos as often as contentment. Not every love should dare to speak its name, not...

    Review: There's little to love about the torpid 'Refuge'

    Review: There's little to love about the torpid 'Refuge'
    Krysten Ritter and Brian Geraghty, performers who have delivered striking work elsewhere, are hard to read in "Refuge," a torpid drama about a tentative new romance. Or perhaps they're too easy to read; whatever emotional depths filmmaker Jessica Goldberg...