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  • Unbroken (PG-13)

    Angelina Jolie directed this World War II movie from a script by Joel and Ethan Coen, but none of them leaves any sort of signature on the result, a straightforward and entirely commendable story about the triumph of the human spirit, etc. Based on the best-selling nonfiction book by Laura Hillebrand, it tells the story of Italian-American athlete Louis Zamperini, who competed in the 1936 Olympics in Berlin and later served in the U.S. Air Force as a bombardier against the Japanese. more...
  • The Uninvited (PG-13)

    An archetypal 40s ghost story, ambitiously decked out in high studio finery, with billowing curtains and other kinds of hyperromantic kitsch that can put you in mind of death by tuberculosis, though ultimately it's a bit of a letdown (1944). more...
  • Unknown (PG-13)

    Screenwriters Oliver Butcher and Stephen Cornwell take a provocative premise—an American scientist in Berlin loses his passport and his identity, after which even his wife claims not to know him—and spin it into dunderheaded improbability. more...
  • Unstoppable (PG-13)

    After human error sends a 39-car freight train, unmanned and loaded with toxic chemicals, racing through southern Pennsylvania, a couple of working stiffs—longtime train engineer Denzel Washington and new political hire Chris Pine—valiantly set off in hot pursuit. more...
  • Upside Down (PG-13)

    Juan Solanas's digital fantasy takes place on twinned planets whose "double gravity" holds them in such close proximity that people can climb from one to the other; these opposite worlds are divided between the upper and lower classes, which occasions a drippy Romeo and Juliet romance between a disadvantaged Jim Sturgess and a privileged Kirsten Dunst. more...