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  • The Man Nobody Knew (NR)

    "He was tougher, smarter, smoother, and could be crueler than anybody I ever knew," says Carl Colby of his father, the controversial central intelligence director William Colby, in a voice-over for this fascinating documentary. more...
  • Miss Hokusai
  • Miss Hokusai (PG-13)

    Katsushika Hokusai was among the most celebrated and prolific Japanese painters of ukiyo-e ("pictures of the floating world"), and bound volumes of his woodblock prints were best-sellers in 19th-century Japan and Europe. more...
  • Mr. Turner (R)

    This biopic about the English painter J.M.W. Turner opens with a gauzy long shot, of two women strolling down a country lane, that immediately evokes the radically diffused lighting of his late canvases. more...
  • Mommie Dearest (PG)

    In spite of its reputation, and thanks in part to Faye Dunaway's remarkable performance as Joan Crawford, this 1981 adaptation of Christina Crawford's memoir about her driven, abusive mother is arguably too good to qualify as camp, even if it begins (and fitfully proceeds) like a horror film. more...