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08:29

'Three Thousand Years of Longing' will leave you charmed — and a little worn out

Film critic Justin Chang reviews the new fantasy films "Three Thousand Years Of Longing," starring Tilda Swinton and Idris Elba.

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08:00

The ordinariness of 'Ali & Ava' is what makes it extraordinary

Justin Chang reviews Ali & Ava

Review
06:10

'The Lake House,' 'Nacho Libre'

The Lake House, starring Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock, and Nacho Libre, starring Jack Black, are very different films with very different stars. But both provide good old escapist entertainment.

Review
04:13

A Preposterous War Romance.

Film critic Stephen Schiff reviews "Shining Through," starring Michael Douglas and Melanie Griffith as lovers who are also spies fighting the Nazis during World War Two.

03:40

Two Charming New Movies.

Film critic Stephen Schiff reviews a couple of new movies: "House Party" by first time black director, Reginald Hudlin, and "Love at Large," directed by Alan Rudolph, who also directed "Trouble in Mind," and "Choose Me." Schiff says the movies are improbable, but likable.

09:54

Director Ron Shelton, Part 1.

Part one of a two-part interview with Ron Shelton, director and writer of the hit summer film "Bull Durham." Today's conversation focuses on Shelton's experiences as a minor league player in the Baltimore Orioles' farm system.

Interview
03:54

Two Not Very Good Films.

Film critic Stephen Schiff reviews "The Serpent and the Rainbow," the latest horror film by horror-master Wes Craven, and "She's Having a Baby," by John Hughes, the director of "Pretty in Pink."

27:49

Alan Rudolph on Making a Mainstream Movie.

Film maker Alan Rudolph. Rudolph made his break into movies working for director Robert Altman. His film credits include "Remember My Name," "Welcome to LA," "Choose Me" and "Trouble in Mind." His new film, "Made in Heaven," stars Timothy Hutton and Kelly McGillis.

Interview

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