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  • Life (R)

    The crew of the International Space Station receive a space probe carrying a cellular life form it collected from the surface of Mars; the organism grows into a sort of clear jellyfish that they nickname Calvin, but before long Calvin has broken out of quarantine and started eating them. more...
  • Land of Mine
  • Land of Mine (R)

    Denmark coughs up an unpleasant episode from its past with this World War II drama (2015) about the German POWs, many of them teenagers, who were forced to remove the 2.2 million land mines their invading army had buried along Denmark's western seacoast. more...
  • The Last Word
  • The Last Word (R)

    Shirley MacLaine stars as a wealthy old curmudgeon who leverages her ownership stake in the local newspaper to supervise her own obituary, researched and written by cub reporter Amanda Seyfried. more...
  • The Late Bloomer (R)

    In this Kevin Pollak-directed comedy, an adult man has a rush of teenage hormones after the removal of a benign tumor resting against his pituitary gland. more...
  • The Lobster
  • The Lobster (R)

    The Lobster, the first English-language feature from Greek writer-director Yorgos Lanthimos, takes place in a dystopian world where single people are hunted with tranquilizer darts and, when captured, must secure a suitable mate within 45 days or be transformed into an animal. more...
  • The Levelling (R)

    A young woman returns to her family's farm after her brother commits suicide. more...
  • Labyrinth of Lies
  • Labyrinth of Lies (R)

    This German docudrama recounts the events leading up to the Nuremberg trials of 1963, in which former Nazis were tried by the national government for crimes against humanity committed during World War II. more...
  • Learning to Drive
  • Learning to Drive (R)

    Going through a messy divorce, a New York literary critic (Patricia Clarkson) enters into a friendship with the gentle Sikh Indian (Ben Kingsley) who's teaching her to drive. more...
  • Lambert & Stamp
  • Lambert & Stamp (R)

    First-time documentary maker James D. Cooper looks at Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp, the aspiring British filmmakers who, in 1964, adopted a fiery but directionless R&B band in North London and molded it into the guitar-smashing pop-art sensation we know as the Who. more...
  • The Loft (R)

    Five swinging-dick businessmen share a downtown loft for their respective adulteries, but their partnership begins to fray when a dead woman turns up in the boudoir, handcuffed to the bed and lying in a pool of blood. more...