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  • Vacation
  • Vacation (R)

    Rusty Griswold, the son in National Lampoon's Vacation (1983), is all grown up now, and because fate is cruel, he's turned into Ed Helms. more...
  • Very Semi-Serious
  • Very Semi-Serious

    The gold standard for single-panel cartoons, the New Yorker considers about 1,000 submissions a week but publishes only 15, which should give an idea of the cutthroat competition. more...
  • Victoria
  • Victoria

    This German thriller was shot entirely in one take, and the stunt is so impressive that it often overshadows the drama. more...
  • Victor Frankenstein
  • Victor Frankenstein (PG-13)

    In this cartoonish adaptation of Frankenstein, the title character (James McAvoy) is a dandyish lout and the story unfolds from the perspective of his assistant, Igor (Daniel Radcliffe). more...
  • Vampire Academy
  • Vampire Academy (PG-13)

    "They suck at school," announces the poster for this high school horror comedy, but in point of fact the whole movie sucks. more...
  • Visitors (NR)

    The primary artists behind Koyaanisqatsi (1983) and its sequels—director Godfrey Reggio and composer Philip Glass—reunite for another feature-length montage, this one shot in wide-screen and black-and-white 4K digital video. more...
  • Veronica Mars (PG-13)

    On the verge of accepting a job at a high-powered New York law firm, former teenage sleuth Veronica Mars (Kristen Bell) is lured back to her hometown by an old flame to solve a murder, conveniently arriving on the same weekend as their ten-year high school reunion. more...
  • The Visitor (R)

    A U.S.-German coproduction written and directed by Italians, this 1979 cult item rips off so many different movies (The Omen, The Birds, The Holy Mountain) that ultimately it feels unique, communicating a cinephilia that shines through the awkward storytelling. more...
  • Violet & Daisy (R)

    After becoming the first black screenwriter to win an Oscar (for Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire), Geoffrey Fletcher graduated to directing his own original script, whose forced whimsey contrasts sharply with the earlier movie’s dire tragedy. more...
  • The Vow (PG-13)

    Two bland, materialistic WASPs (Channing Tatum, Rachel McAdams) must rebuild their marriage from scratch after the wife loses her memory in an accident. more...