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Terrence Malick's luminous, meditative portrait of romance in a small-town community, "To The Wonder," opens in theaters and on VOD this weekend. The film, which stars Olga Kurylenko, Ben Affleck, Javier Bardem and Rachel McAdams, is being met with varying critical response: Some love it (as I did), while others find the lyrical editing and whispy voiceover to be Malick repeating himself. Jackie Robinson biopic "42," starring Harrison Ford and Chadwick Boseman in the lead role, is receiving tepidly positive reviews, while internet-predator drama "Disconnect," starring Jason Bateman, Paula Patton and Alexander Skarsgard, is connecting with critics, boasting a healthy Rotten Tomatoes score. Oscilloscope's micro-indie "It's A Disaster" humorously isn't living up to its title, and the apocalypse comedy has nabbed the top critical marks for the weekend. Meanwhile, in the documentary sector, Sebastian Junger's tribute to his late friend and fellow journalist Tim Hetherington is receiving »

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