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  • Jeff, Who Lives at Home (R)

    The fraternal filmmakers Jay and Mark Duplass have reached an artistic crossroads: their early movies (The Puffy Chair, Baghead) owed much of their charm to the naturalism of nonprofessional actors, but the brothers are now bankable enough to attract (and want) Hollywood stars. more...
  • Jerks

    Stelios Kammitsis directed this coming-of-age drama (2011) about three friends who spend an evening wandering the streets of Athens before shipping off to Berlin. more...
  • Joyful Noise (PG-13)

    Everyone onscreen (including Dolly Parton, Queen Latifah, and the lesser-known supporting players) seems to be having a good time in this cheesy musical comedy, even though the material is strictly by-the-numbers. more...
  • Kaos

    Paolo and Vittorio Taviani's 1984 homage to Pirandello isn't completely successful, though you'd hardly want to call it a failure. more...
  • The Kid (NR)

    The most Dickensian of Chaplin's features (1921), with a Victorian street atmosphere and a sentimentality to match. more...
  • Kukurantumi

    A put-upon truck driver from the title village compromises his integrity when he need to raise money for a new vehicle. more...
  • La La Land: The IMAX 2D Experience (PG-13)

    When Damien Chazelle tried to resurrect the movie musical with his debut feature, Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench (2009), he was constrained by the modest means of a Canadian indie; now, having made a name for himself with the Oscar-nominated jazz drama Whiplash (2014), he returns to the challenge with $30 million behind him, and the result is dazzling. more...
  • The Lady in the Van
  • The Lady in the Van (PG-13)

    The homeless, mentally ill woman who spent 15 years camping in the driveway of playwright Alan Bennett has given him material for a short story, a play (staged in the West End and adapted by BBC Radio), and now a film, starring Maggie Smith in a role that seems tailor-made for her drollery. more...