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Hilarious, profane, and self-aware, Deadpool is Marvel Comics’ most unconventional superhero film. Ryan Reynolds stars as a mercenary who enlists in a rogue experiment to beat his cancer, which of course goes horribly wrong, leaving him hideously deformed and nigh-invulnerable. Now he’s on a quest for revenge that is a violently subversive antidote to the usual “men in tights” formula.

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Academy Award Nominee, Best Actress
Screen legends Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay won Best Actress & Best Actor at the Berlin Film Festival for this emotional tour-de-force about a couple preparing for their 45th anniversary who make a discovery that calls into question the life they have built together.

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6 Academy Award Nominations, including Best Actress, Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay, and Cinematography
From director Todd Haynes (Far From Heaven) comes the moving story of two women from very different backgrounds (Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara) who find themselves in an unexpected love affair in 1950s New York. Adapted from Patricia Highsmith’s seminal novel “The Price of Salt.”

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Academy Award Nominee: Best Animated Feature
Magical, unique, wordless, and utterly eye-popping, this hand-made animated tale follows a young Brazilian boy as he ventures from his simple countryside home into a carnivalesque metropolis. Overflowing with delightful visuals and exploding with vibrant color and samba/hip hop rhythms, the boy’s journey depicts the differences between village and city, punctuated by the heart and soul of the people.

SIFF Cinema Uptown | Recent Raves
Our Recent Raves series returns for 2016 with a special Seattle 3D Premiere! Master Hong Kong director Johnnie To (Drug War) and star Chow Yun-Fat take on the world of high-level corporate intrigue - in the form of an eye-popping 3D musical. Adapted from co-star Sylvia Chang’s hit stage play “Design for Living”, Office cleverly combines stylized musical numbers and stunning abstract sets (designed by Wong Kar-wai’s production designer William Chang) to create a timely critique of corporate capitalism.