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  • 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...
  • Little Men (PG)

    Writer-director Ira Sachs was raised in Memphis before moving to New York City, but you can tell he's a New Yorker now because he's so preoccupied with real estate. more...
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  • League of Gods (PG-13)

    Koan Hui and Vernie Yeung directed this Chinese fantasy about a king slowly becoming a tyrant because of a vixen spirit disguised as a concubine. more...
  • Life, Animated (PG)

    Roger Ross Williams directed this documentary showing how animated Disney movies helped a young autistic man to develop reading, writing, and communication skills. more...
  • Last Days in the Desert
  • Last Days in the Desert (PG-13)

    In this meditative art film, writer-director Rodrigo García imagines a key episode in the life of Jesus from both a spiritual and a psychological perspective. more...
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  • Laal Rang (NR)

    This 2016 Bollywood thriller follows a young boy who teams up with a man to run an illegal blood bank to make enough money to impress the girl he loves. more...
  • The Lady in the Van
  • The Lady in the Van (PG-13)

    The homeless, mentally ill woman who spent 15 years camping in the driveway of playwright Alan Bennett has given him material for a short story, a play (staged in the West End and adapted by BBC Radio), and now a film, starring Maggie Smith in a role that seems tailor-made for her drollery. more...
  • Loving
  • Loving (PG-13)

    Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga are exceptional as Richard Loving and Mildred Jeter, the interracial married couple who sued the State of Virginia to recognize their union and, in 1967, took their case all the way to the Supreme Court. more...
  • Love & Friendship
  • Love & Friendship (PG)

    American indie cinema is a rich kid's business, which has never been more evident than in Whit Stillman's modern Restoration comedies (Metropolitan, Barcelona). more...