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  • You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet

    Alain Resnais reflects on some lifelong themes—the presence of history in contemporary life and the ability of art to remove us from time—and though this 2012 drama is characteristically eerie, it also conveys a calm that's rare in his work. more...
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  • You Kill Me

    John Dahl's previous neonoirs have been too cynical for me, but this crime comedy has such a goofy script (by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely) and such an eccentric cast that it kept me curious about what would happen next. more...
  • You Only Live Once

    Fritz Lang's 1939 film about an outlaw couple on the run (Henry Fonda and Sylvia Sidney) is sometimes cited as one of the prototypes of Bonnie and Clyde. more...
  • You Will Be My Son (R)

    Great talent and a monstrous ego often come as a package deal, as illustrated by this insightful, taut 2011 drama set in Bordeaux. more...
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  • You, the Living

    “Keaton-esque” hardly begins to describe this brutally deadpan comedy by Swedish director Roy Andersson (Songs From the Second Floor), who seems to have translated the entire range of human misery into a loosely connected series of slapstick gags. more...
  • You'll Never Get Rich

    The 1941 musical comedy with songs by Cole Porter helped propel Rita Hayworth from B pictures to major stardom and shows her to be as able a partner for Fred Astaire as Ginger Rogers (her real-life cousin). more...
  • Young Adam

    David Mackenzie's compelling and authoritative adaptation of Alexander Trocchi's 1953 novel revolves around a nihilistic bargeman (perfectly embodied by Ewan McGregor) who works the canals between Edinburgh and Glasgow and spends all his free time reading and screwing (often adulterously). more...
  • Young Frankenstein (PG)

    More about the myth of Karloff than the monster, this Mel Brooks pastiche (1974) is probably his best early film: within limits, it has unity, pace, and even a dramatic interest of sorts. more...
  • Young Mr. Lincoln (NR)

    Abraham Lincoln was one of John Ford's personal icons, recurring in film after film, but this is his only appearance as a central character—a young, idealistic, but shrewd Springfield lawyer played by Henry Fonda (in what may be his finest performance). more...
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  • Youth (R)

    Do film directors really walk around peering at the world through the frame of their joined hands? more...
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  • Youth of the Beast

    This explosive 1963 gangland saga established Japanese B-movie director Seijun Suzuki as an auteur with domestic film buffs but also set him on a collision course with his employers at the Nikkatsu studio, who considered his themes bizarre and his stories incoherent. more...