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“Foxcatcher” director Bennett Miller (above) and star Steve Carell (top and right) both say that there was a lot in the film that was intentionally not stated. “I think sometimes what is not spoken is so much more powerful,” says Carell.

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“Foxcatcher” director Bennett Miller and star Steve Carell (pictured) both say that there was a lot in the film that was intentionally not stated. “I think sometimes what is not spoken is so much more powerful,” says Carell.

Steve Carell wins in ‘Foxcatcher’

To play upper-crust wrestling enthusiast John E. du Pont III, Carell underwent a physical and seemingly spiritual makeover. By Ty Burr

doc talk

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The Coolidge Corner Theatre is marking the 25th anniversary of Michael Moore’s “Roger & Me.”

Movie Review

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The odd, ungainly western is harsh in its details, yet increasingly powerful as it wends its way back East toward civilization.

Movie Review

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Marshall Curry’s documentary wanders through a maze of conundrums as it shares Matt VanDyke’s footage of his post-modernist Odyssey.

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During a career spanning more than 50 years, Mr. Nichols managed to be both an insider and outsider.

Movies

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Jon Stewart makes his screenwriting and directorial debut in the film “Rosewater,” which is now in theaters.

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Films given four-star reviews by Globe critics Ty Burr and Janice Page and the former Globe critic Wesley Morris since 2012.

Fall Movies Preview

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In this season’s films, directors and actors have stories to tell and something to prove.

Toronto Film Festival

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Upcoming films that have had the film festival abuzz include “The Last Five Years.”