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  • Alien Trespass (PG)

    Too slavish in its devotion to 50s sci-fi conventions to work as parody or camp, this indie comedy by The X-Files alumnus R.W. Goodwin sinks under the weight of its homage. more...
  • All of Me (PG)

    Pairing of two goofy comics with independent styles might seem like a recipe for disaster, but the wacky plot premise of this hilarious Carl Reiner comedy makes it work, and Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin are seen pretty much at their peak (1984). more...
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  • Alpha and Omega (PG)

    Justin Long and Hayden Panettiere provide the voices for the title characters in this animated adventure—a pair of young wolves who are captured and then released in a new environment. more...
  • Alpha and Omega 3-D (PG)

    Justin Long and Hayden Panettiere provide the voices for the title characters in this animated adventure—a pair of young wolves who are captured and then released in a new environment. more...
  • And God Created Woman (PG)

    The eternal feminine, circa 1957, in the person of an amoral young woman (Brigitte Bardot) who plows her way through a succession of men—innocent Jean-Louis Trintignant, wealthy Curt Jurgens, misogynist Christian Marquand. more...
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  • Annie (PG)

    This millennial update of the 1977 Broadway musical transplants the story from the 1930s to the present and adds hip-hop beats to most of the original songs. more...
  • Annie (PG)

    John Huston is listed as director of this elephantine Ray Stark production, based on the Broadway musical (which was based, in turn, on Harold Gray's Little Orphan Annie comic strip), but this is the kind of overproduced monolith in which even better directors can easily lose their way. more...
  • Annie Hall (PG)

    Woody Allen strode into his ambitious period by finally acknowledging his own attractiveness to women—by reversing the humor of sexual embarrassment that defined the early comedies and substituting the pain of romantic longing. more...