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  • Wait Until Dark (NR)

    This 1967 thriller draws its effectiveness less from the intelligence of the direction (by Terence Young) than from the unbridled sadism of the concept: Audrey Hepburn is a blind woman in unknowing possession of a doll stuffed with pure heroin. more...
  • The Wall

    Directed by Jurgen Bottcher, this 1990 documentary looks at the Berlin Wall before and after its collapse. more...
  • War/Dance (PG-13)

    “In everything we do, if there's music, life becomes so good,” says one of the Ugandan war orphans in this Oscar-nominated documentary. more...
  • The Wave

    In this 2008 thriller by Dennis Gansel, a high school teacher tries to teach his students what life under a dictatorship is like, but the experiment goes awry. more...
  • We the Economy (NR)

    A collection of short films directed by independent and Hollywood filmmakers—Steve James, Catherine Hardwick, Joe Berlinger—in collaboration with economists that illustrate how the economy impacts daily life. more...
  • We the People

    A trio of citified couples, off for a vacation at a secluded cabin in the woods, find themselves menaced by a pair of psycho killers. more...
  • The Wedding Singer (PG-13)

    Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore make an appealing couple in this silly but very likable 1998 romantic comedy set in 1985. more...
  • Whale, The

    Susanne Chisholm and Michael Parfit directed this 2011 documentary about an orphaned killer whale that was adopted by residents of Nootka Sound in British Columbia. more...