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  • The Office
  • The Office

    The U.S. distributor is billing this as Johnnie To's Office, but an equal or surpassing share of the credit should go to veteran Taiwanese actress Sylvia Chang, whose stage musical Design for Living served as the source material. more...
  • O Brother, Where Art Thou? (PG-13)

    After making what are still probably their two best features—Fargo and The Big Lebowski—the Coen brothers came up with their worst (2000), a piece of pop nihilism about three convicts (George Clooney, Tim Blake Nelson, and John Turturro) on the run. more...
  • One From the Heart (R)

    It isn't very good, but at least the highly touted technology is put firmly in the service of the (sometimes painfully sincere) emotions that Francis Ford Coppola wants to communicate, which is more than you can say for Apocalypse Now. more...
  • Oklahoma!

    The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical (1955), betrayed with great care and deliberation by Fred Zinnemann, the last director in the world entitled to handle a lyrical premise. more...
  • On the Town

    A fine, freewheeling musical (1949) by Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly, based on the Betty Comden-Adolph Green book, which was in turn based on the Leonard Bernstein ballet Fancy Free. more...