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  • Nine Lives
  • Nine Lives (PG)

    A fussy real estate mogul (Kevin Spacey) with little time for his wife and children is trapped inside the body of his daughter's tomcat. more...
  • Nosferatu the Vampyre (PG)

    Werner Herzog's 1979 remake of F.W. Murnau's classic vampire film is a flop as a horror movie, but it works as a string of Herzogian epiphanies centered on death and the apocalypse. more...
  • Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian: The IMAX Experience (PG)

    Bloated with visual effects, this sequel to the 2006 hit starts off slowly, reintroducing the original characters: a night guard at the New York Museum of Natural History (Ben Stiller) and the historical replicas that magically come to life at night, which are now being shipped to the Smithsonian for deep storage. more...
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  • Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (PG)

    Bloated with visual effects, this sequel to the 2006 hit starts off slowly, reintroducing the original characters: a night guard at the New York Museum of Natural History (Ben Stiller) and the historical replicas that magically come to life at night, which are now being shipped to the Smithsonian for deep storage. more...
  • New in Town (PG)

    Sarah Palin might have scripted this wearying rom-com, about an officious Miami businesswoman (Renee Zellweger) who arrives in a frigid Minnesota town to shut down a local plant but falls under the spell of the affectionate townspeople and a hunky, bearded union rep (Harry Connick Jr., woefully miscast). more...
  • The Nightmare Before Christmas (PG)

    Tim Burton, working as a producer at Disney, employed stop-motion animation to flesh out a story he'd first dreamed up while working at the same studio a dozen years before—a tale about the havoc that ensues when Jack Skellington, the pipe-cleaner hero of Halloween Town, decides to take over the duties of Santa Claus at Christmastime. more...
  • The Neverending Story (PG)

    German director Wolfgang Petersen (Das Boot) may have thought he was making a Spielberg-style fantasy-adventure, though his 1984 film neatly reverses the Spielberg archetypes: the motivating force is the death of the mother rather than the search for the father, and it's the young hero himself who must fill the lack (by making the mother live again in his imagination) rather than an extraterrestrial deus ex machina. more...
  • Nasty Habits (PG)

    Weak Watergate comedy (1977) set in a Philadelphia convent, with Glenda Jackson as Nixon, Sandy Dennis as John Dean, Anne Meara as Gerald Ford, and Geraldine Page and Anne Jackson as Haldeman and Ehrlichman. more...