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  • 10 Cloverfield Lane
  • 10 Cloverfield Lane (PG-13)

    Don’t give away the secret of this J.J. Abrams production, which begins as one sort of movie before turning into another sort of movie but manages to be continuously bad. more...
  • 17 Girls (NR)

    Based on a 2008 incident that rocked the town of Gloucester, Massachusetts, this debut feature by French sisters Delphine and Muriel Coulin centers on five close pals at a high school in seaside Lorient who all agree to get pregnant and raise their children collectively. more...
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  • 20 Feet From Stardom (PG-13)

    Documentary maker Morgan Neville trains a spotlight on the little-known world of rock and pop backup singers, those anonymous, hard-working women (and, occasionally, men) who support stadium megastars like David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen, and the Rolling Stones. more...
  • 42 (PG-13)

    Like many Hollywood sports movies, this Jackie Robinson biopic seems to be pitched at high schoolers, but writer-director Brian Helgeland still manages a pretty absorbing account of Robinson's rookie year as the first black player in major league baseball. more...
  • Abacus: Small Enough to Jail

    Abacus Federal Savings Bank holds the distinction of being the only financial institution prosecuted as a result of the 2008 subprime mortgage crisis, though as this engrossing documentary by Steve James suggests, it may have been a sacrificial lamb. more...
  • Abandon

    Stephen Gaghan, who scripted this turkey, landed in the director's chair after Edward Zwick (Glory) bailed out, and you can almost smell the flop sweat. more...
  • Abbott and Costello Go to Mars (NR)

    Abbott and Costello were never known for their quality control, but once the comedy duo launched their successful TV series in 1952, their theatrical features really hit the skids. more...
  • Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy

    Bud Abbott, probably the sharpest straight man in movie history, was badly alcoholic and almost as pudgy as his partner by the time they made this rote horror comedy (1955), their last for Universal. more...
  • The ABCs of Death (NR)

    Twenty-six horror/fantasy filmmakers contribute three- or four-minute shorts, each taking death as its theme and a letter of the alphabet as its inspiration. more...
  • Abortion: Stories Women Tell
  • Abortion: Stories Women Tell (NR)

    Produced for HBO, this engrossing documentary by Tracy Droz Tragos comes down hard on the state of Missouri, where women who seek abortions have a choice of exactly one provider and are further constrained by a 72-hour waiting period. more...
  • About a Boy

    Few movies have made better use of Hugh Grant's shallow charm and amused befuddlement than this funny and well-paced adaptation of Nick Hornby's best-selling second novel, which charts the unlikely friendship between a preteen nerd crossing over into adolescence (Nicholas Hoult) and a thirtysomething hipster hanging on to it for dear life. more...
  • About Cherry (NR)

    Dramas about the porn industry range from expressions of puritanical rage (Paul Schrader's Hardcore) to celebrations of open sexuality (Paul Thomas Anderson's Boogie Nights); this one manages to avoid both extremes, as well as anything else that might make it worth watching. more...
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