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  • Parents (R)

    The first feature directed by actor Bob Balaban (1989) brings back the late 50s in the form of a highly original comic nightmare. more...
  • Pariah (R)

    This Brooklyn-set indie (2011) is an authentic depiction of a 17-year-old girl—in fact, it often feels like it was written by one. more...
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  • Paris (R)

    Soggy stuff from French director Cedric Klapisch (When the Cat’s Away), set in the title city and collecting the routine travails of various urbanites. more...
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  • Paris, Texas (R)

    While far from being Wim Wenders's best film, this 1984 collaboration with Sam Shepard, about a speechless wanderer (Harry Dean Stanton) returning from the desert and trying to resume relationships with his abandoned and scattered family, has an epic sweep (with superb color photography by Robby Müller) that occasionally brings the movie within hailing distance of its outsized ambitions. more...
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  • Parker (R)

    All the principal figures involved in this generic action thriller seem like they're phoning it in: stars Jennifer Lopez and Jason Statham, screenwriter John J. McLaughlin (adapting a crime novel that Donald E. Westlake wrote under his pseudonym Richard Stark), and ever-bland director Taylor Hackford (An Officer and a Gentleman, The Devil's Advocate), who doesn't even bother to keep every shot in focus. more...
  • Passion (R)

    Brian De Palma returns after a five-year hiatus with an English-language remake of Love Crime (2010), the final feature by underrated French director Alain Corneau (All the Mornings in the World, Fear and Trembling). more...
  • Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (R)

    Sam Peckinpah's cut of his last major western (1973) runs 15 minutes longer than the release version and is structured differently. more...
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  • Paterson (R)

    The eponymous New Jersey town proves to be a hotbed of poetry and art in this comedy from writer-director Jim Jarmusch, thanks to his beautifully loony conceit that all ordinary Americans are closet poets and artists of one kind or another (even if they don't always know it). more...
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  • The Patience Stone (R)

    In an unnamed Middle Eastern country in the throes of civil war, a woman (Golshifteh Farahani) struggles to protect her young children and comatose husband, a well-known jihadist a few decades her senior; with no one else to protect her, this docile wife and mother belatedly comes into her own. more...
  • Patriot Games (R)

    If you weren't bored stiff by The Hunt for Red October, you may enjoy this even duller follow-up (1992), based on another Tom Clancy novel. more...
  • Paul (R)

    Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, the inspired British duo who spoofed horror movies in Shaun of the Dead and cop thrillers in Hot Fuzz, star as sci-fi fanboys who arrive in the U.S. for a comic-book convention and, piloting their RV through Area 51, pick up an escaped space alien with the voice of Seth Rogen. more...