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  • The Perfect Holiday (PG)

    In a color-blind world Gabrielle Union would be a major movie star; a stunning beauty and a spirited comedian, she follows in the tradition of Irene Dunne, Carole Lombard, and Rosalind Russell. more...
  • Pina (PG)

    German choreographer Pina Bausch died suddenly in 2009, days before she was to codirect this documentary with longtime friend Wim Wenders. more...
  • The Pink Panther 2 (PG)

    The original Blake Edwards films, thin as their stories were, showed craft--like the long, intricate tracking shot of the bed-hopping suspects that opens A Shot in the Dark (1964). more...
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  • Piranha (PG)

    Not to be confused with the Joe Dante favorite from 1978, or its 2010 remake, this is a 1972 thriller about a wildlife photographer getting into trouble in the Venezuelan jungle. more...
  • A Place at the Table (PG)

    Hunger is hard for people to visualize, which is one point of this documentary but also its key artistic challenge. more...
  • Planet 51 (PG)

    In this 2009 digital animation, a NASA astronaut (visually reminiscent of Toy Story's Buzz Lightyear, and given voice by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson) arrives on a distant planet and is dumbfounded to find it inhabited by a tiny green race of picket-fence bourgeois paranoids. more...
  • Pocket Money (PG)

    Before making his directorial debut with Badlands, Terrence Malick scripted this 1972 comedy with Paul Newman as a broke cowboy who gets caught up in shady dealings. more...
  • Poltergeist (PG)

    This Steven Spielberg-produced horror film (1982) neatly inverts the antifamily themes of shockers that were being made during the same period (including those of its nominal director, Tobe Hooper—The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Funhouse), presenting a squad of spooks who help a giggly, dope-smoking young couple mature into the responsible parents they ought to be by kidnapping their daughter. more...