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Once An Irish street musician and a young Czech pianist make sweet music after meeting in Dublin.
— Fox Searchlight Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection. Illustration by Mark Zingarelli.
Lust, Caution Director Ang Lee's World War II-era thriller, about a female Chinese spy who has an affair with a Japanese collaborator, unfolds in Hong Kong and Shanghai.
— Focus Features/courtesy Everett Collection. Illustration by Mark Zingarelli.
Enchanted Princess-to-be Giselle lands in modern-day Manhattan after being banished by evil Queen Narissa from a land far, far away.
— Barry Wetcher/SMPSP. Illustration by Mark Zingarelli.
Atonement The moving adaptation of Ian McEwan's novel explores love and guilt in Britain before and during World War II.
— Focus Features/courtesy Everett Collection. Illustration by Mark Zingarelli.
The Darjeeling Limited Three dysfunctional brothers search India for their estranged mother.
— Twentieth Century Fox. Illustration by Mark Zingarelli.
Into the Wild To adapt Jon Krakauer's book about Chris McCandless, a college grad who skips law school for a cross-country trek, director Sean Penn shot in eight states and Mexico.
— Chuck Zlotnick. Illustration by Mark Zingarelli.
The Assasination of Jesse James Robert Ford has an obsession with Jesse James in a film that appears to be set in the American Midwest. The movie's real backdrop: Canada.
— Moving Picture/Universal Studios. Illustration by Mark Zingarelli.
Ratatouille Remy, a cartoon rat, teams up with a kitchen worker and revives a formerly top-tier restaurant in Paris.
— Walt Disney/courtesy Everett Collection. Illustration by Mark Zingarelli.
Elizabeth Queen Elizabeth I of England fends off Spain's powerful armada—and her attraction to Sir Walter Raleigh.
— Kimberly French. Illustration by Mark Zingarelli.
The Bourne Ultimatum Matt Damon reprises his role as Jason Bourne, a former CIA assassin. It's the wildest ride yet in the series: The film was shot in six countries.
— Jason Boland/Universal Studios. Illustration by Mark Zingarelli.

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