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  • Calvary
  • Calvary (R)

    Everyone has a breaking point, and James Lavelle, the Irish Catholic priest at the center of John Michael McDonagh's Calvary, reaches his one afternoon as he's strolling down a secluded path toward the seaside in his little village of Rush, County Sligo. more...
  • Inside Llewyn Davis (R)

    From a distance, this feature by Joel and Ethan Coen might resemble the brothers' 1991 farce Barton Fink: like the earlier movie, it evokes a specific showbiz milieu (Greenwich Village in the early 60s) as it follows an aspiring artist (a down-and-out folkie played by Oscar Isaac) who's based on a real-life figure (singer-guitarist Dave Van Ronk). 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...
  • Welcome to the Dollhouse (R)

    An intriguing and arresting dark comedy (1995) from American independent writer-director Todd Solondz, who focuses on an 11-year-old misfit in New Jersey but refuses to sentimentalize her. more...
  • Slaughterhouse-Five (R)

    George Roy Hill's very professional, very entertaining 1972 adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut's time-traveling novel, with the pseudoprofundities nicely tucked into place as peppy one-liners and narrative tricks. more...
  • Great World of Sound (R)

    Hoping to break into the music business, a young slacker in Charlotte, North Carolina, hires on as a “record producer” at a shady new label called Great World of Sound. more...
  • 50/50 (R)

    Young people battling cancer aren't exactly a staple of movie comedy, but this nervy project from director Jonathan Levine (The Wackness) mines a remarkable number of laughs from the situation. more...