Opening

70% The Equalizer Sep 26
70% The Boxtrolls Sep 26
84% The Two Faces of January Sep 26
—— Two Night Stand Sep 26
91% Jimi: All Is by My Side Sep 26

Top Box Office

63% The Maze Runner $32.5M
65% A Walk Among the Tombstones $13.1M
43% This Is Where I Leave You $11.9M
11% No Good Deed $10.2M
71% Dolphin Tale 2 $9.0M
92% Guardians of the Galaxy $5.2M
20% Let's Be Cops $2.7M
19% Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles $2.6M
88% The Drop $2.0M
37% If I Stay $1.8M

Coming Soon

56% Men, Women & Children Oct 01
100% Gone Girl Oct 03
—— Annabelle Oct 03
67% The Good Lie Oct 03
—— 7500 Oct 03

Premieres Tonight

—— The Big Bang Theory: Season 8
—— The Blacklist: Season 2
50% Forever: Season 1
85% Gotham: Season 1
23% Scorpion: Season 1
—— Sleepy Hollow: Season 2

New Episodes Tonight

71% Dallas: Season 3
62% Under the Dome: Season 2

Discuss Last Night's Shows

—— American Dad!: Season 11
87% Boardwalk Empire: Season 5
53% The Lottery: Season 1
89% Manhattan: Season 1
97% Masters of Sex: Season 2
78% Ray Donovan: Season 2
87% The Strain: Season 1
—— Witches of East End: Season 2

Easter Parade Reviews

Moira MacDonald
Seattle Times
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April 23, 2011
Variety Staff
Variety
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Easter Parade is a musical with old and new Irving Berlin tunes and standout dance numbers.

Full Review Source: Variety

August 15, 2007
Thomas M. Pryor
New York Times
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Easter Parade may not strike the perfect balance between song-dance interludes and story, but it's an appealing show just the same.

Full Review Source: New York Times | Original Score: 4/5

August 8, 2006
Stephen Garrett
Time Out
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Easter Parade is the sort of musical to put your feet up for.

Full Review Source: Time Out

January 26, 2006
Douglas Pratt
Hollywood Reporter
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A fantastic movie, featuring two of the finest motion picture performers ever, Astaire and Judy Garland, in their only cinematic pairing. Ann Miller also stars in there, too, to spice things up even more.

April 21, 2005
Dave Kehr
Chicago Reader
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The Irving Berlin score is bright, and Walters is one director who knows when to leave Astaire to his own devices.

Full Review Source: Chicago Reader

January 1, 2000
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