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  • Lincoln (PG-13)

    Steven Spielberg's long-gestating drama about the 16th president opens with an atrocious scene in which weary Union soldiers, both white and black, recite the Gettysburg Address for their visiting commander in chief. more...
  • Linda Linda Linda

    Goofy and sweet, Nobuhiro Yamashita's 2005 teen flick from Japan centers on three provincial high school girls who are obsessed with playing at a local rock festival. more...
  • The Line of Beauty

    Set in Thatcher-era London, this fine BBC adaptation of Alan Hollinghurst's novel follows the rise and fall of a wealthy, dysfunctional Tory family, as seen through the eyes of a young middle-class literary scholar (Dan Stevens). more...
  • Lion
  • Lion (PG-13)

    This unabashedly emotional drama is based on a memoir by Saroo Brierley, who was only five when he got separated from his family in rural India and ultimately wound up fending for himself in Calcutta. more...
  • The Lion Hunters

    Ethnographic filmmaker Jean Rouch, one of the guiding spirits of the French New Wave, directed this classic 1965 account of lion hunting on the border between Niger and Mali. more...
  • A Lion in the House

    I haven't cried during a movie in a long time, but then I've never had to watch a little girl suffer through a spinal tap before. more...
  • Lipstick & Dynamite

    If you thought the dramatics of professional wrestling were all in the ring, check out the stories told by female wrestlers in this enjoyable 2004 documentary by Chicagoan Ruth Leitman. more...
  • Listen to Me Marlon
  • Listen to Me Marlon (NR)

    Listen to Me Marlon, an engrossing documentary portrait of Marlon Brando, has more than its share of awkward moments, but none more so than its 1955 clip of the 30-year-old actor appearing on Edward R. Murrow's CBS interview series Person to Person alongside his 60-year-old father, Marlon Brando Sr. When Murrow asks the father if he's proud of his son—who has just won an Oscar for On the Waterfront—Marlon Sr. replies, "Well, as an actor, not too proud, but as a man, why quite proud." more...
  • Little Black Book

    Like Working Girl and Broadcast News, this deviously funny comedy doubles as workplace satire and anthem to the American career woman, with perky Brittany Murphy as a young go-getter learning the ropes at a tabloid talk show. more...
  • Little Caesar

    Edward G. Robinson in the performance of his career, though Mervyn LeRoy's 1930 classic pales to insignificance alongside such contemporary masterpieces as Howard Hawks's Scarface and even Rowland Brown's Quick Millions. more...
  • Little Children

    Five years after his superb debut feature, In the Bedroom, writer-director Todd Field returns with another story (2006) set in a close-knit community whose quietness makes the characters' unhappiness seem like thunder. more...
  • Little Man

    Lesbian partners Nicole Conn and Gwen Baba were so delighted by their adoption of a lively toddler that they decided to have another child by a surrogate mother, a process Conn sets out to document in this video. more...