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  • After Hours

    Martin Scorsese transforms a debilitating convention of 80s comedy—absurd underreaction to increasingly bizarre and threatening situations—into a rich, wincingly funny metaphysical farce. more...
  • Alan Partridge
  • Alan Partridge (R)

    Steve Coogan brings his most popular character—the vain, tactless broadcaster Alan Partridge—to the big screen after more than two decades of playing him in British radio and television. more...
  • Alps (NR)

    Anyone would have trouble topping Dogtooth (2009), the stunning black comedy that repositioned Greece at the cutting edge of world cinema. more...
  • Arsenic and Old Lace

    Frank Capra directed this adaptation of the Broadway hit in 1942, shortly before he entered the service (though contractually it couldn't be released until 1944, when the Broadway production closed). more...