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  • Wilson
  • Wilson (R)

    Adapted from the graphic novel by noted misanthrope Daniel Clowes, this bummer comedy stars Woody Harrelson as the title character, a middle-aged layabout in Oakland who meets up again with his ex-wife, played by Laura Dern, and discovers that he has a teenage biological daughter being raised by adoptive parents out in the suburbs. more...
  • The Wave
  • The Wave (R)

    Billed as the first Scandinavian disaster movie, this Norwegian drama takes place in the real-life tourist village of Geiranger, which offers spectacular scenery but also lives under the constant threat of obliteration should the overlooking Åkneset mountain crumble into the fjord and cause a tsunami. more...
  • War Dogs
  • War Dogs (R)

    I would never have pegged party-boy director Todd Phillips (Old School, The Hangover) as someone to render a public service, but he's done so with this fact-based satire about war profiteering during the U.S. occupation of Iraq. more...
  • A War
  • A War (R)

    Tobias Lindholm—whose gripping thriller A Hijacking (2012) detailed tense negotiations between Somali pirates and Danish shipping executives over a stolen vessel—brings his exacting, clinical approach to this tale of Danish military forces in Afghanistan. more...
  • Wiener-Dog (R)

    Todd Solondz revives Dawn Wiener, the geeky child who won America's heart in his Welcome to the Dollhouse (1995), for this nihilistic collection of stories linked by changing ownership of a dachshund. more...
  • Why Him?
  • Why Him? (R)

    For this puerile farce, director John Hamburg (I Love You, Man) recycles a tired premise—a straitlaced father disapproves of his daughter's freewheeling boyfriend—and then drowns it in moose urine (really). more...
  • Weiner
  • Weiner (R)

    As brutal and compelling as a car-crash video, this documentary by Josh Kriegman and Elyse Steinberg records the 2013 New York mayoral run of Anthony Weiner, a fire-breathing liberal Democrat who had been laughed out of Congress two years earlier for accidentally posting a photo of his penis on Twitter. more...
  • We Are Your Friends
  • We Are Your Friends (R)

    Like its protagonist—a 23-year-old DJ from the San Fernando Valley—the coming-of-age story We Are Your Friends is sentimental, eager to please, and full of energy. more...
  • While We're Young
  • While We're Young (R)

    For better and for worse, this light comedy finds Noah Baumbach at his most Woody Allen-esque; the storytelling is smooth and assured and the one-liners are generally enjoyable, but the worldview is so narrow as to suggest that the experience of upper-middle-class New Yorkers represents all humanity. more...
  • A Walk in the Woods
  • A Walk in the Woods (R)

    Adapted from a travel memoir by Bill Bryson, this asinine comedy is for anyone who wants to see two of America's finest screen actors completely humiliate themselves. more...
  • The Wedding Ringer (R)

    Fast-talking stand-up Kevin Hart and schlubby character actor Josh Gad make an entertaining duo in this lowbrow buddy comedy, playing off each other's delivery styles to lively effect. more...
  • Welcome to Me
  • Welcome to Me (R)

    A woman suffering from borderline personality disorder (Kristen Wiig) goes off her meds, wins $86 million in the lottery, and decides to broadcast her own Oprah-style talk show, which becomes a vehicle for her petty grudges and weird obsessions. more...