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The Trip (2011, 111 min., NR)

Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon co-star as best friends on a road trip in Michael Winterbottom's colicky, melancholy, and very amusing comedy.

The Triplets of Belleville (2004, 82 min., PG-13)

Move over Disney and Pixar: Sylvain Chomet’s Oscar-nominated animated feature is the kind of work that could only be authored by a singular individual.

Trippin' (1999, 92 min., R)

In the mind of teenager Gregory Reed (Richmond), the world is a hoochie cake and he'd best get to eating. At breakfast, during class, in the hallway, this sweet, likable high school senior is trippin', off ...

Tristan & Isolde (2006, 125 min., PG-13)

This new version of the timeless love story is a dopey, mopey, all-around bore.

Tristram Shandy: A Cock & Bull Story (2005, 94 min., R)

Tristram Shandy’s inspired, breakneck madness provides a good forum for Michael Winterbottom’s chief talent: the illumination of human nature, with all its messes and occasional marvels.

Triumph of Love (2001, 107 min., PG-13)

A concoction of airy artifice, Pierre Marivaux's 18th-century French play Triumph of Love is all icing, with a few crumbs devoted to the notion that it is futile to resist the heart's desires. Unfortunately, somebody left ...

Trixie (2000, 117 min., R)

Has Alan Rudolph gotten lazy? The veteran of independent film whose career spans three decades has always been ready for a challenge, whether to himself by adapting a digression-heavy novel like Kurt Vonnegut's Breakfast of Champions ...

Trollhunter (2011, 90 min., PG-13)

Wayward trolls threaten human life in this delightfully bizarre Norwegian film.

Tron: Legacy (2010, 125 min., PG)

After touting this reboot for the past year, Disney has finally unleashed this immersive spectacle about man and machine.

Tropic of Cancer (1970)

Based on the once highly controversial novel by Henry Miller (it was banned as obscene in the U.S. after its publication in Paris in 1934), this obscure, 23 year-old, X-rated film is now being re-released as ...

Tropic Thunder (2008, 107 min., R)

Instead of entering the jungle to find the heart of darkness, Ben Stiller goes in to take aim at the Achilles' heel of Hollywood: its utter pomposity and self-importance.

Trouble Every Day (2001, 102 min., NR)

Sexual appetite is a concept that has literal rather than metaphorical meaning in Claire Denis' Trouble Every Day. This French horror movie created something of a scandale when it debuted at Cannes, and some viewers fainted ...

Trouble the Water (2008, 96 min., NR)

This film about the human toll of Hurricane Katrina is one of the best and most inspirational things to come out of the disaster.

Trouble With the Curve (2012, 111 min., PG-13)

Despite its love of baseball lore, this film, starring Clint Easstwood and Amy Adams, is really a melodrama about the reconciliation of a father and daughter.

Troy (2004, 163 min., R)

This big-budget adaptation of The Iliad tries mightily, but the end result is the sound and fury of Homer undone.

Trudell (2005, 80 min., NR)

John Trudell, the Native American rights activist and spoken-word artist and musician, is the subject of this reverential biographical portrait that feels more like a press package than a full-fledged biopic.

True Colors (1991)

The don't-get-caught '80s and holier-than-thou '90s do battle in True Colors, a political drama of all-too familiar dimensions. The painstakingly obvious screenplay by Kevin Wade (Working Girl) plays like an eighth-grade civics primer: ethics and morality ...

True Crime (1999, 127 min., R)

Like so many of the flawed gems in the Clint Eastwood oeuvre, True Crime manages to underscore both the virtues that have earned him recognition as a major director and the limitations that consign him, for ...

True Grit (2010, 110 min., PG-13)

Rooster Cogburn rides again in this Coen brothers' remake of the Western classic.

True Identity (1991)

The British comedian Lenny Henry, shows off his abilities as Miles Pope, a young African-American actor in this film that feeds off of one joke. When Henry finds himself on a plane next to a very ...

True Legend (2010, 116 min., R)

The great martial-arts choreographer Yuen Woo-ping directs this saga about the inventor of Drunken Fist fighting.

True Lies (1994, 141 min., R)

After Terminator, Schwarzenegger and Cameron worked together again on this odd mixture of chockablock action movie and restive romantic comedy.

True Romance (1993, 118 min., R)

Written by wunderkind Quentin Tarantino (Reservoir Dogs) and directed by Tony Scott (Top Gun), True Romance is nothing if not consistently entertaining. It's the prototypical chase film, complete with a misappropriated suitcase full of cocaine and ...

True Story (2015, 100 min., R)

A writer meets the murderer who stole his identity

Truly, Madly, Deeply (1990)

Jamie is dead, to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. Dead as a doornail, yes, but like Dickens' Marley, he keeps popping back into the everyday world, anxious to help smooth over the ...

The Truman Show (1998, 104 min., PG)

Life is a 'round-the-clock “reality” TV program in this prescient film, and Truman Burbank (Carrey) is its unwitting subject/hero/leading man.

Trust (1991)

Papa don't preach. A bratty, teenaged girl informs her parents that she's pregnant and plans to drop out of high school and have the baby. She slaps her dad and, before the opening credit sequence is ...

Trust the Man (2006, 103 min., R)

With distinct echoes of Woody Allen, Trust the Man follows fashionably neurotic New Yorkers in oversized apartments as they search for happiness, love, and sex.

The Truth About Cats and Dogs (1996, 96 min., PG-13)

An intriguing title is about the only thing The Truth About Cats and Dogs has going for it. Let's start with some facts. Director Michael Lehmann's first feature was Heathers. But one of his more recent ...

The Truth About Charlie (2002, 104 min., PG-13)

The Truth About Charlie, Jonathan Demme's remake of Stanley Donen's Charade, is a lovely, ragged thing. The plot, more or less, stands the same: Regina Lambert (Newton) returns home from holiday to ask her husband, Charles, ...

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