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Alice Through the Look­ing Glass

In this se­quel to Tim Bur­ton’s 2010 hit “Alice in Won­der­land,” Johnny Depp, Mia Wasikowska, Anne Hath­away and Helena Bon­ham Carter ful­fil their con­trac­tual agree­ments and Pink is fi­nally al­lowed to per­form an orig­i­nal song for a film.

(USA) (Spain)

Span­ish di­rec­tor Fer­nando León de Ara­noa’s first English film cen­ters on a group of aid work­ers (Beni­cio del Toro, Tim Rob­bins and Mélanie Thierry) who have to re­trieve a corpse from a well at the end of the Yu­goslav Wars. A darkly whim­si­cal film with strong per­for­mances from Del Toro and Rob­bins, though it’s marred by its 2D fe­male char­ac­ters. A Big­ger Splash

See review, above.


The Con­jur­ing 2

Para­nor­mal in­ves­ti­ga­tors Ed and Lor­raine War­ren travel to north Lon­don to in­ves­ti­gate the 1977 Enfield Poltergeist. Brace your­self for Madi­son Wolfe’s all-too-real per­for­mance of a pos­sessed girl, the in­evitable jump scares, and a con­fus­ing mix of su­per­nat­u­ral crea­tures.


Set in Shang­hai in the early 90s,

“New York New York” fol­lows two young lovers, one whose great­est am­bi­tion to go­ing to New York at any cost (Du Juan) and the other who just wants to pro­tect her (Ethan Juan). This de­but by di­rec­tor Dong Luo is a richly aes­theti­cized Shang­hai love story in the tra­di­tion of Wong Kar-wai’s ill-fated ro­mances.

A Per­fect Day

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