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  • James White
  • James White (R)

    James (Christopher Abbott), a directionless party boy in New York City, gets a wake-up call when his wealthy father dies and his mother (Cynthia Nixon), whom the father ditched years earlier for another woman, learns that her cancer is no longer in remission. more...
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  • Jane Got a Gun (R)

    Natalie Portman stars in this western from Gavin O'Connor (Pride and Glory), about a woman who asks her former lover to help rescue her outlaw husband 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...
  • 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...
  • 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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  • John Dies at the End (R)

    Ten years after the cult favorite Bubba Ho-Tep—in which an elderly JFK and Elvis Presley bust out of their nursing home to battle an Egyptian mummy—writer-director Don Coscarelli returns with another eccentric horror comedy, this one adapted from a web-serial-cum-novel by David Wong. more...
  • The Judge
  • The Judge (R)

    A prince-of-darkness defense attorney in Chicago (Robert Downey Jr.) returns to his Indiana hometown to bury his mother and winds up defending his estranged father (Robert Duvall), a respected judge, in a fatal hit-and-run case. more...
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  • Julia (R)

    A long yawn from an earnestly dull Hollywood veteran, Fred Zinnemann, whose reverential attitude toward his material--Lillian Hellman's recollections of an impossibly pure girlhood friend--drains it of any trace of spontaneity or verve. more...
  • Just Like a Woman (R)

    An aspiring dancer (Sienna Miller) and a convenience store owner's wife (Iranian actress Golshifteh Farahani) flee their unhappy marriages in Chicago and hit the road for Santa Fe, where the dancer plans to audition for a regional troupe. more...
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