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A third Hobbit, a new Annie and a persecuted genius in The Imitation Game

Also check out The Vancouver Asahi for a bit of local history seen through Japanese eyes.

New in Vancouver: Reese Witherspoon in Wild, Exodus, The Overnighters, a good Samaritan’s ordeal

Reese Witherspoon hikes the Pacific Crest Trail in her new film, Wild

A new Jennifer Lawrence, a new Madame Bovery and a scary chiller from Australia

Also: three movies with strong B.C. connections

Foxcatcher, award ready; Horrible Bosses 2, no prize; and fun with race issues in Dear White People

Steve Carell as you've never seen him before. Also a stroll through Chinatown and nutty antics in Dog River, Sask.

A third Hunger Games, a second feature by Tommy Lee Jones and two special series

Jennifer Lawrence is poised to own the box office with her latest Hunger Games installment

Films about real people: Stephen Hawking, Edward Snowden and Jon Stewart’s tale of a journalist jailed in Iran

Your alternative is some dumb foolery with Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels

Sci Fi for adults, Interstellar, and for kids, Big Hero 6. Also two short ethnic festivals

Matthew McConaughey stars in the week’s biggest new film, Interstellar

Cronenberg slams Hollywood, Nightcrawler slams TV news, a folk tale from Japan charms all

And Kiera Knightley stalls her growing up in Seattle

Birdman, Whiplash and St. Vincent top a full slate of new films now playing

And watch a refugee from Downton Abbey land as The Guest in New Mexico.

Mommy, a Canadian classic, Fury, an old war, The Best of Me, another Nicholas Sparks romance

Anne Dorval gives a powerful performance in Xavier Dolan’s Mommy, Canada’s Academy Award entry. (Photo credit : Shayne Laverdière)
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