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  • Aaron's Magic Village

    A 1995 animated musical based on stories by Isaac Bashevis Singer, this tale takes place in a village where the wise men make bad puns, the craftsmen rationalize shoddy work in repetitive solos, and a golem conjured by an evil sorcerer threatens the bumblingly righteous populace with mindless destruction. more...
  • Aberdeen

    Persuaded by her dying mother, a lawyer with a thing for cocaine goes to Norway to get her alcoholic father and bring him to the hospital in Scotland. more...
  • Acne

    “You are victims of corrupt men who have enough riches to feed many, yet their own hunger never ceases,” a fortune-teller explains to the heroes of this moody, facetious allegory—two siblings named Franny and Zooey, whose scalps erupt in giant boils after Zooey is exposed to contaminated tap water. more...
  • The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (G)

    Sesame Street resident Elmo proudly introduces us to his best friend—a blanket with the capacity for action and expression—but freaks out when a friend wants to share it. more...
  • Adventures of Felix

    Laid off, Felix (Sami Bouajila) goes on the road, traveling from his hometown in northern France all the way to Marseilles, where, he tells his boyfriend—and all the wonderfully idiosyncratic strangers he befriends along the way—he plans to visit the father he's never met. more...
  • The Adventures of Juan Quin Quin

    A circus performer, tenant farmer, matador, and revolutionary, Juan Quin Quin (Julio Martinez) charges through this arch 1967 allegory and movie parody, but he's an icon with more spunk than substance. more...
  • The Adventures of Sebastian Cole

    Teen protagonist Sebastian Cole (Adrian Grenier) has a special relationship with his stepfather (Clark Gregg), a candidate for sex-reassignment surgery who treats him better than his flaky, preoccupied real parents do. more...
  • Agnes Browne

    A widow and mother of seven (Anjelica Huston) makes ends meet and meets her match in this mostly light romantic drama set in 1960s Dublin. more...
  • Aimee and Jaguar

    A torturous, dangerous romance between a Berlin housewife and a Jewish lesbian living underground in 1943 is the subject of this piece of art-house erotica disguised as melodrama disguised as history (1998). more...
  • Air Bud

    A disgruntled clown neglects his talented canine partner, and the animal finds its way into the home and heart of a bereaved 12-year-old boy in a predictable story written by Paul Tamasy and Aaron Mendelsohn and directed by Charles Martin Smith (1997). more...
  • Air Bud: Golden Receiver

    This 1998 sequel to a 1997 animal action comedy finds a dramatic way of getting Buddy, a golden retriever with a knack for sports, on the junior-high football team; for the purposes of the first Air Bud, the dog and its owner (Kevin Zegers) were confirmed basketballers. more...
  • Air Force One

    U.S. president Harrison Ford proves that he knows the relative value of policy, ethics, and personal sacrifice when his plane is hijacked by terrorist Gary Oldman (who's so insecure he spends most of one scene begging an adolescent hostage for empathy). more...
  • Alchemy

    Louisa (Rya Kihlstedt) is an artist who fills boxes with found objects. more...
  • Alien Adventure

    In this large-format 3-D animated movie, in which 70 percent of the action is framed by a subjective camera, some aliens without a planet decide to make a new home on earth, not realizing the location they've chosen is a theme park. more...