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  • Page One: Inside The New York Times (R)

    Aside from eavesdropping on a few morning meetings, documentary maker Andrew Rossi doesn't get much farther inside the New York Times than the desk of media reporter David Carr, whose most visible gig in the paper is covering the Oscar race every year (to the brass, he must have seemed like the ideal babysitter). more...
  • Palo Alto
  • Palo Alto (R)

    Adapted from a short-story collection by actor James Franco, this debut drama by Gia Coppola follows a handful of high-schoolers in southern California as they drink, smoke grass, suffer through their classes, and try to progress from casual blow jobs to actual romance. more...
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  • Panic Room (R)

    This closed-space thriller pits a divorced mother (Jody Foster) and daughter (Kristen Stewart) against three ruthless burglars (Forest Whitaker, Jared Leto, Dwight Yoakam) in a huge brownstone. more...
  • Pan's Labyrinth (R)

    A Mexican-Spanish coproduction by the talented Guillermo del Toro (Cronos), this nightmarish fairy tale for grown-ups takes place in Spain after the civil war, when the Republicans were still counting on help from the Allies that would never come. more...
  • Paper Man (R)

    A neurotic New York novelist (Jeff Daniels), unable to make progress on his second book, is installed in a quiet Montauk beach house by his long-suffering physician wife (Lisa Kudrow). more...
  • The Paperboy (R)

    A strange hybrid of southern gothic literature and 70s drive-in cinema, this drama centers on a young man in south Florida (Zac Efron) whose older brother (Matthew McConaughey), a reporter for a Miami daily, returns to town hoping to exonerate a worthless swamp rat (John Cusack) for the murder of a local sheriff. more...
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  • Paranoid Park (R)

    A taciturn 16-year-old (Gabe Nevins) in Portland, Oregon, accidentally causes the gruesome death of a security guard and tries to deal with the psychological consequences in Gus Van Sant's 2007 adaptation of a novel by Blake Nelson. more...
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  • Paranormal Activity 2 (R)

    The low-budget horror hit Paranormal Activity achieved something of an aesthetic feat by dramatically dialing down the level of action and volume commonly employed in a commercial horror movie to make people jump; its mock-surveillance-camera narrative about a California couple being stalked around their home by an unseen demon was so incredibly dull most of the time that when a door flew open by itself, it had the power to shock. more...
  • Paranormal Activity 2: The IMAX Experience (R)

    The low-budget horror hit Paranormal Activity achieved something of an aesthetic feat by dramatically dialing down the level of action and volume commonly employed in a commercial horror movie to make people jump; its mock-surveillance-camera narrative about a California couple being stalked around their home by an unseen demon was so incredibly dull most of the time that when a door flew open by itself, it had the power to shock. more...
  • Parents (R)

    The first feature directed by actor Bob Balaban (1989) brings back the late 50s in the form of a highly original comic nightmare. more...