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  • The Apartment (NR)

    I wouldn't call this 1960 picture one of Billy Wilder's best comedies—it's drab, sappy, and overlong at 125 minutes. more...
  • Audrey the Trainwreck (NR)

    In the first scene of this indie feature, the protagonist (Anthony J. Baker) is injured during a tavern game of darts; in the second, his roommate (Danny Rhodes) gets a flat tire driving over a prankster's bag of glass. more...
  • Autoerotic (NR)

    In the films of Joe Swanberg, sex serves chiefly as a catalyst for loneliness and frustration, but that unhappy worldview turns comic in this collection of bawdy vignettes he codirected with horror specialist Adam Wingard (Pop Skull). more...
  • Bo Ba Bu (NR)

    After turning up mysteriously in the desert, a beautiful blond woman is enslaved by two shepherds. more...
  • Bomber (NR)

    Comparisons to Little Miss Sunshine are all but inevitable, but this trenchant and truthful indie comedy masterpiece about a dysfunctional family on a road trip blows that funny little picture out of the water. more...
  • The Bottle (NR)

    Alberto Lecchi directed this 2008 comedy about an Argentinian woman who asks a bus driver to transport her urine to Buenos Aires for analysis. more...
  • A Brilliant Young Mind
  • A Brilliant Young Mind (NR)

    A strong cast (Sally Hawkins, Eddie Marsan, Rafe Spall) elevates this sweet British drama about a meek, autistic boy (Asa Butterfield of Hugo) who discovers an extraordinary talent for math. more...
  • Brother & Sister (NR)

    This droll Argentinean comedy by Daniel Burman (Family Law) examines the love-hate relationship between two elderly siblings, the abrasive Susana (Graciela Borges) and the lumpish Marcos (Antonio Gasalla). more...
  • Dirty Old Town (NR)

    Abel Ferrara receives a special thanks at the end of this underground production, and it’s easy to see why: the movie’s grungy celebration of Manhattan fringe culture would be inconceivable without his example. more...
  • Dough (NR)

    This John Goldschmidt-directed comedy follows the high jinks of an old Jewish baker and his Muslim apprentice after the boy's marijuana stash falls into the dough. more...