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  • P.S. I Love You

    “B.S. I Love You” would be a more accurate title. more...
  • P.S.

    Dylan Kidd's first film, Roger Dodger (2002), was praised by many critics as an unsparing study of an unapologetic cad, but it struck me as unconvincingly glib. more...
  • P

    The object of some controversy as the first Thai movie directed by a Westerner, Paul Spurrier's horror tale about a young bar girl who channels dark spirits is altogether more generic, gorier, and sleazier than the Pang brothers' Bangkok-based chillers, but it hooks neatly into the Asian fascination with nubile young women as portals to the vengeful, primal forces of nature. more...
  • P2

    Franck Khalfoun cowrote and directed this thriller about a woman being pursued by a psychopath. more...
  • Paano Kita Libigin

    A woman fired from her job travels to a Pacific Ocean resort with her asthmatic son and falls in love with the resort's manager. more...
  • Pacchigi

    Japanese teen drama, described as a “Romeo and Juliet romance,” involving warring ethnic factions in 1968 Kyoto; Kazuyuki Izutsu directed (2004). more...
  • The Pace That Thrills

    A daring motorcycle racer and his mechanic friend vie for the affections of a woman reporter in this low-budget 1952 film. more...
  • Pachito Rex: It's Not Over Until It's Over

    The title character of this Mexican political fantasy (2001) is a pop balladeer turned president (Jorge Zarate) who's supposedly assassinated during a reelection campaign. more...
  • Pacific Heights

    Like Fatal Attraction, this is a sort of horror thriller about encroachment on yuppie property and yuppie revenge for same; screenwriter Daniel Pyne and director John Schlesinger remove the misogyny, and occasionally muster some irony about the theme, but to little avail. more...
  • Pacific Rim (PG-13)

    Another marathon of cacophony and cliché, this Warner Bros. release updates Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla with its tale of earth being continuously attacked by giant sea monsters and defended only by giant, human-controlled robots that excel in hand-to-hand combat. more...
  • Pacific Rim 3D (PG-13)

    Another marathon of cacophony and cliché, this Warner Bros. release updates Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla with its tale of earth being continuously attacked by giant sea monsters and defended only by giant, human-controlled robots that excel in hand-to-hand combat. more...
  • Pacific Rim: An IMAX 3D Experience (PG-13)

    Another marathon of cacophony and cliché, this Warner Bros. release updates Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla with its tale of earth being continuously attacked by giant sea monsters and defended only by giant, human-controlled robots that excel in hand-to-hand combat. more...
  • The Pacifier

    Muscleman Vin Diesel goes all Kindergarten Cop on your ass in this Disney comedy, playing a navy SEAL assigned to protect a suburban mother and her five kids from Serbian secret agents. more...
  • The Package

    A rather unthrilling but otherwise serviceable thriller (1989), directed by Andrew Davis from a script by John Bishop. more...