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  • Joe
  • Joe (R)

    David Gordon Green directed some of the best American movies of the new century (George Washington, All the Real Girls, Undertow), then went to Hollywood and directed some of the worst (Your Highness, The Sitter). more...
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  • Jobriath A.D.
  • Jobriath A.D.

    Released in 1973 on a wave of industry hype, Jobriath's self-titled debut LP on Elektra Records anticipated Meat Loaf's Bat Out of Hell in its grandiose, operatic rock; it was also a resounding commercial flop that sank the singer-songwriter's career. more...
  • Jersey Boys
  • Jersey Boys (R)

    The beloved boomer-nostalgia musical, which traces the rise and fall of the chart-topping Four Seasons, comes to the big screen under the unlikely tutelage of Clint Eastwood. more...
  • Jack the Giant Slayer (PG-13)

    The action sequences of this big-budget adventure are a misbegotten hybrid of Shrek and Black Hawk Down, presenting realistic terror and devastation in fairy-tale settings. more...
  • Jack the Giant Slayer 3D (PG-13)

    The action sequences of this big-budget adventure are a misbegotten hybrid of Shrek and Black Hawk Down, presenting realistic terror and devastation in fairy-tale settings. more...
  • Le Joli Mai

    Chris Marker's pioneering cinema verite documentary is an essay on Paris in the spring of 1962—interviews with city folk intercut with more traditional news footage of a controversial trial and a railroad strike. more...
  • Jobs (PG-13)

    Two movies seem to be wrestling for control of this biopic about Apple Computer founder Steve Jobs. more...
  • Jeff, Who Lives at Home (R)

    The fraternal filmmakers Jay and Mark Duplass have reached an artistic crossroads: their early movies (The Puffy Chair, Baghead) owed much of their charm to the naturalism of nonprofessional actors, but the brothers are now bankable enough to attract (and want) Hollywood stars. more...