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  • Papa (NR)

    A Chinese talent manager experiences a series of misadventures while traveling to LA to retrieve a fleeing singer. more...
  • Paper Man (R)

    A neurotic New York novelist (Jeff Daniels), unable to make progress on his second book, is installed in a quiet Montauk beach house by his long-suffering physician wife (Lisa Kudrow). more...
  • Paper Towns (PG-13)

    This ambitious teenpic begins in the vein of Ferris Bueller's Day Off, as a rebellious high school senior (Cara Delevingne) recruits the shy boy next door (Nat Wolff) to join her in a night of mischief around suburban Orlando. more...
  • The Paranoids

    A weedy Argentinean slacker (Daniel Hendler) struggles with his screenplay while making ends meet as an entertainer at kids' birthday parties. more...
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    The Perfect Family (PG-13)

    A suburban mom (Kathleen Turner) is nominated for Catholic Woman of the Year but fears the award will slip away if her fellow parishioners discover that her daughter (Emily Deschanel) is a lesbian and her son (Jason Ritter) is cheating on his wife. more...
  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower (PG-13)

    Stephen Chbosky's best-selling young adult novel The Perks of Being a Wallflower is essentially a neutered Catcher in the Rye: its psychologically fragile teenage hero lacks Holden Caulfield's sociopathic tendencies, and Salinger's volatile urban setting is replaced by a safe suburban one. more...
  • The Piano in a Factory

    A recently divorced factory worker (Wang Qian-Yuan) tries to win back his estranged musician daughter (Hailu Qin) by forging a piano from scrap wood in this 2010 comedy. more...
  • Playing for Keeps (PG-13)

    A retired soccer star from Scotland (Gerard Butler), bumming around the Virginia suburb where his ex-wife (Jessica Biel) and young son have landed, tries to make amends for his dissolute past. more...
  • Please Give (R)

    The witty and perceptive writer-director Nicole Holofcener (Walking and Talking, Lovely & Amazing, Friends With Money) delivers her best feature yet, a sharp-elbowed philosophical comedy that ponders why people find it so hard to be generous with one another. more...
  • The Pretty One (R)

    Zoe Kazan plays opposite herself as identical twins in this comedy that turns a sitcom-level gimmick into a darkly funny take on role-playing, desire, and self-actualization. more...
  • Pride (R)

    Schmaltzy and formulaic, but also lively and sincere, this British docudrama revisits a 1984 episode in which gay and lesbian activists in London declared solidarity with, and raised money and support for, striking miners in a small Welsh town. more...
  • Prince Avalanche (R)

    David Gordon Green somehow brings together the poetic sensibility of his independent art movies (e.g., George Washington, Undertow) and the humorous lowbrow non sequiturs of his studio comedies (Pineapple Express, The Sitter); the results are one of a kind and often weirdly moving. more...