• Carnage (R)

    After a school bully assaults a classmate, the victim's parents (Jodie Foster, John C. Reilly) invite the aggressor's parents (Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz) over for a civilized chat that doesn't stay civilized for long. more...
  • The Graduate

    One of Mike Nichols's better films, though one suspects that the gargantuan commercial success it had back in 1967 had at least as much to do with the zeitgeist as with Nichols's talent in popularizing certain French New Wave tropes and adapting the satiric manner of his old stand-up routines with Elaine May. Dustin Hoffman, in the performance that made his career, plays the disaffected title youth, coerced into an affair with a middle-aged woman (Anne Bancroft) while remaining smitten with her daughter (Katharine Ross). more...
  • The Last Elvis (NR)

    Armando Bo cowrote and directed this Argentine comedy-drama (2012) about a middle-aged Elvis impersonator who reassesses his life after a personal tragedy. 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...
  • Quartet (PG-13)

    The premise may sound insufferable, but this light comedy about a nursing home for retired classical musicians isn't half-bad. more...
  • Small Fish (NR)

    Marco Antoniazzi directed this 2009 feature about two brothers who meet up again at their father's funeral and learn they aren't as different as they thought. more...