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The Twilight of the Golds (1997, 92 min., PG-13)

Originally filmed for Showtime, this adaptation of Jonathan Tolins' controversial stage play has the look and flavor of its made-for-television origins, though the subject matter remains as incendiary as ever. Specifically, if you knew in advance ...

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 (2012, 115 min., PG-13)

The Twilight's over, and the darkness has just begun.

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 (2011, 117 min., PG-13)

With this new entry, the series officially marks a transition from relatively harmless Victorian-minded trash to something flatly pernicious.

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010, 124 min., PG-13)

This new chapter in the series splits the difference between kickstarter Twilight’s stylish camp and follow-up New Moon’s turgid drama, but still does not come up a winner.

The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009, 130 min., PG-13)

Edward and Bella are back for more thwarted young vampiric love.

Twilight Samurai (2002, 129 min., NR)

A near masterpiece, this atypical samurai movie is more an epic of the heart than the battlefield.

Twin Dragons (1992, 89 min., PG-13)

Twin Dragons, made seven years ago to raise money for the Hong Kong Director's Guild, is now being hustled onto the revival circuit to catch the tail-draft of last year's mega-successful Rush Hour. As flagrant cash-in ...

Twin Falls Idaho (1999, 110 min., R)

In most romantic triangles, and certainly those of the Hollywood variety, it's all too easy to predetermine who will end up lounging across the chaise with whom in the closing reel. Boy meets girl, girl loves ...

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (1992, 135 min., R)

There are not many things I know for sure about the world of Twin Peaks, but of this I'm certain: The dear, deceased Laura Palmer now resides in a far better place. With this movie David ...

Twin Town (1997, 105 min., NR)

Produced by Andrew MacDonald and Danny Boyle -- the pair who brought us Trainspotting and Shallow Grave -- this feature debut by former documentarian Allen is a drug-fueled, nihilistic, free-for-all ride through the streets and alleys ...

Twisted (2004, 97 min., R)

Ashley Judd thriller is routine at best.

Twister (1996, 116 min., PG-13)

A daredevil storm chaser gets the tornado he's always longed to see.

Two Brothers (2004, 108 min., PG)

Two tiger cubs separated during infancy are cast to the winds of fate in French-occupied Indochina.

Two by Pratibha Parmar: A Place of Rage, Khush (1992)

A Place of Rage is a wonderful opportunity to see and hear the ever-eloquent activist and teacher, Angela Davis, and one of America's most illuminating poets, June Jordan, reflecting on the successes and failures of the ...

Two Can Play That Game (2001, 90 min., R)

Advertising ace Shanté Smith (Fox) has the world on a string: skyscraper office, tastefully appointed L.A. manse, cute convertible, and Keith (Chestnut), a hunktacular, well-behaved attorney beau. While her girlfriends (Mo'Nique, Jones, and Robinson) struggle with ...

2 Days in New York (2012, 96 min., R)

This ebullient domestic comedy by Julie Delpy, in which she co-stars with Chris Rock, is a follow-up to 2007’s 2 Days in Paris.

2 Days in Paris (2007, 96 min., NR)

Julie Delpy debuts as a feature-film director with this smart and funny romantic comedy.

Two Days in the Valley (1996, 104 min., R)

A fine ensemble cast compensates for the narrative paucity of 2 Days in the Valley -- the current winner of the “hit man crime/comedy of the month” sweepstakes. (Is it just me, or does it seem ...

Two Family House (2000, 108 min., R)

In Staten Island in 1956, owning a house means owning your freedom. It means not having to live in the home of your wife's parents, and not having to sneak sex into the half-hour every week ...

2 Fast 2 Furious (2003, 94 min., PG-13)

John Singleton’s sequel to last year’s sexy and entertaining street-racing mini-epic is awash in more Miami South Beach neon and carbon fiber fins than all the fish in Finding Nemo on a gill’s night out in ...

Two for the Money (2005, 122 min., R)

Pacino again plays another Mephistophelean type who mentors McConaughey's ex-jock in the intricacies of his tout service, offering tips to betters on the Vegas line, but the film is about as fresh as a day-old betting slip.

Two Friends (1987, 78 min., NR)

With a keen eye, Jane Campion relates the intricacies of adolescent friendship in her first feature Two Friends. Written by Helen Garner and originally made as a telefilm for Australian television, Two Friends is only now ...

Two Girls and a Guy (1998, 84 min., R)

Ah Spring, when a young man's fancy turns to thoughts of… duplicitous, conniving, scheming, cheating, lying love. Toback once again directs Downey, Jr. (first time was in The Pick-up Artist in 1987) in this stagy paean ...

2 Guns (2013, 109 min., R)

Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg let the bullets fly in this intricate action puzzle.

Two Hundred Cigarettes (1999, 97 min., R)

There's plenty of smoke in 200 Cigarettes, but not much fire. A comedy of manners for the hipster set, the movie aimlessly follows the converging paths of several New Yorkers trying to make their way to ...

Two Lovers (2009, 110 min., R)

Joaquin Phoenix (in what he claims is his last film role) stars as a nebbishy New Yorker caught between two very different women.

Two Men Went to War (2002, 109 min., NR)

A WWII comedy of errors begins when two British military dentists swap their drills for grenades.

Two Mikes Don't Make a Wright (1992)

Any TV watcher with access to PBS and A&E may have already seen these three short films, but that's still no excuse to miss them in their big screen formats where they tend to gain a ...

2046 (2004, 129 min., R)

At once tremendously dense and gossamer-thin, this period romance/sci-fi hybrid from Hong Kong auteur Wong Kar-Wai is a riot of sight and sound that has an irresistible, elemental pull.

The 2007 Academy Award Nominated Films: Live Action (2008, 137 min., NR)

Be your own judge and jury for these final five competitors for the Best Live Action Short Oscar.

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