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  • Admission (PG-13)

    Tina Fey stars as a Princeton admissions screener who begins to reconsider her school's elitism when she meets a promising young applicant who may be the son she gave away for adoption; Paul Rudd provides romantic interest as the boy's teacher at a progressive school. more...
  • The Art of Getting By (PG-13)

    For all his reliance on teen-movie formula, writer-director Gavin Wiesen is surprisingly adept at depicting messy emotions and capturing the spontaneity of adolescence. more...
  • The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (PG-13)

    An assortment of aging Brits (Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy, Judi Dench, Tom Wilkinson, Penelope Wilton, Celia Imrie) respond to an advertisement for a luxurious retirement hotel in Jaipur, India, that turns out to be a picturesque dump run by an ingratiating young local (Dev Patel of Slumdog Millionaire). more...
  • Biloxi Blues (PG-13)

    Based on a play that constitutes part two of Neil Simon's autobiographical trilogy, concerned with the experiences of the hero (Matthew Broderick) at boot camp in Biloxi, Mississippi, in 1943, this is an engaging, well-crafted comedy that receives very able direction from Mike Nichols. more...
  • Blue Jasmine (PG-13)

    Woody Allen recycles some elements from one of his worst movies, Melinda and Melinda (2004), improving upon them considerably. more...
  • Café Society
  • Café Society (PG-13)

    For the first time since Radio Days (1987), Woody Allen provides the voice-over narration for one of his own stories, his thick-tongued delivery reinforcing one's sense of this Depression-era romance as an old man's nostalgia trip. more...
  • Chicken With Plums (PG-13)

    Marjane Satrapi is best known for Persepolis (2007), the animated feature of her acclaimed graphic novel about growing up amid the Iranian Revolution. more...
  • Darling Companion (PG-13)

    A busy surgeon (Kevin Kline) and his tetchy wife (who else but Diane Keaton) marry off their daughter (Elisabeth Moss) at their vacation home in the Rockies, but the postwedding festivities are spoiled when the doctor loses the wife's beloved mutt during a wilderness stroll. more...
  • The Dilemma (PG-13)

    A Chicago small business owner (Vince Vaughn), sweating a deadline for a big deal, can't decide whether to tell his stressed-out partner and best friend (Kevin James) that the latter's wife (Winona Ryder) is cheating on him. more...
  • Everybody's Fine (PG-13)

    A retired widower (Robert De Niro), ignored by his grown children, sets off on a road trip to connect with each of them and discovers that for years he's been turning a blind eye to their problems. more...
  • Florence Foster Jenkins
  • Florence Foster Jenkins (PG-13)

    The story of Florence Foster Jenkins, a New York socialite who became known as the world's worst soprano, has been told many times before—and beautifully, in the French drama Marguerite (2015)—but this is the version that will stick, because it stars Meryl Streep. more...
  • Forrest Gump: The IMAX Experience (PG-13)

    Robert Zemeckis, a director known more for brittle, antihumanistic comedy (Used Cars, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Death Becomes Her) than heartwarming sentiment, moved into Oscar territory with this accomplished tear-jerking 1994 comedy about a slow-witted southerner (Tom Hanks) living through an alternately auspicious and absurdist half century of American history. more...
  • Haute Cuisine (PG-13)

    Inspired by the true story of Daniele Mazet-Delpeuch, the first female chef employed in France's Elysee Palace, this comedy of manners is a foodie's dream. more...
  • Hope Springs (PG-13)

    As long-married spouses taking part in a couple's therapy workshop, Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones work overtime to bring a sense of urgency to this big-screen self-help book. more...