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  • Newlyweeds
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    Newlyweeds (R)

    Like Keith Miller's Welcome to Pine Hill and Adam Leon's Gimme the Loot (both 2012), Shaka King's low-budget debut feature is slim on plot but rich in attitude and on-the-ground detail of New York neighborhood life. more...
  • The Nice Guys
  • The Nice Guys (R)

    This comedy noir by Shane Black (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang) opens with a spectacular—and spectacularly tasteless—sequence in which a boy admires the centerfold model in a porn magazine just before a car crashes straight through his house and expels the body of the very model he's been ogling, which comes to rest in the same boob-baring pose. more...
  • The Night Before
  • The Night Before (R)

    Seth Rogen, Anthony Mackie, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt star as old pals who reunite every Christmas to make the rounds of their favorite Manhattan haunts. more...
  • Night Caller (R)

    Jean-Paul Belmondo plays an agent who is trying to find a serial killer in this 1975 drama by Henri Verneuil. more...
  • Night Catches Us (R)

    Deliberately paced and artfully framed, this pensive drama about an African-American community takes place in Philadelphia in 1976, four years after the police have gunned down a cop-killing Black Panther. more...
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  • Night Moves
  • Night Moves (R)

    In the acclaimed Wendy and Lucy (2008), writer-director Kelly Reichardt and screenwriter Jon Raymond submerged their anger over America’s fraying social safety net in a simple story of a homeless young woman and her dog; this excellent drama is more explicit politically but marries the rhetoric to a slow-burning suspense story that won't let go. more...
  • Night of the Living Dead (R)

    George Romero scripted and served as executive producer on this 1990 color remake of his own low-budget scare classic, although he left the directorial duties to makeup specialist Tom Savini, making his feature debut here. more...
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  • Nightmare City (R)

    Umberto Lenzi—who belongs on the Mount Rushmore of Italian horror stylists alongside Dario Argento, Mario Bava, and Antonio Margheriti—directed this 1980 horror actioner about a horde of radioactive mutants that attack a city. more...
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street (R)

    Horror master Wes Craven first broke away from the pack with this nifty 1984 slasher about a quartet of high school kids menaced in their dreams by a barbecued bogeyman in a slouch hat and ratty pullover (Robert Englund). more...