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  • The Young Messiah (PG-13)

    Based on the novel, Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt, this Cyrus Nowrasteh-directed biblical drama revolves around an interpretation of a young Jesus trying to discover the truth about his life after returning to Nazareth from Egypt. more...
  • The Yes Men Are Revolting
  • The Yes Men Are Revolting (NR)

    Hoping to draw attention to environmental causes, movie pranksters Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno, aka the Yes Men, stage several elaborate hoaxes for this third documentary feature. more...
  • Youth
  • Youth (R)

    Do film directors really walk around peering at the world through the frame of their joined hands? more...
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  • Yves Saint Laurent (R)

    This glitzy biopic of the renowned French fashion designer doesn't offer much insight into its subject or milieu (European haute couture from the late 50s to the early 80s), but if you're looking to see lots of attractive people model his clothes, you won't be disappointed. more...
  • The Yank
  • The Yank

    A blue-collar guy in Cleveland (Sean Lackey), pressured by his Irish-American parents to settle down with an Irish-American wife, travels to Dublin for his best friend's nuptials and falls for the Greek maid of honor (Niki Spiridakos). more...
  • Yona
  • Yona (NR)

    As portrayed in the biopic Yona, poet Yona Wallach was a literary rock star—extroverted, openly bisexual, and prone to public feuds with her contemporaries. more...
  • Young Tiger

    In this 2014 French drama, an illegal Indian immigrant tries to assimilate into a new country while fielding pleas for money from his family back home. more...
  • The Young Kieslowski
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    The Young Kieslowski

    The title character arrives for his freshman year at CalTech, anxiety over his virginity overwhelming everything else in his life including his mother's potentially terminal lung cancer; after losing his cherry with a fellow first-timer, she winds up pregnant—with twins! more...
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  • Young Bodies Heal Quickly
  • Young Bodies Heal Quickly

    Maryland indie Andrew T. Betzer, whose shorts have been featured at Cannes, Rotterdam, and other festivals, makes his feature debut with this weirdo picaresque centered on a 20-year-old lunkhead, just escaped from a correctional facility, and his ten-year-old brother. more...
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  • The Yellow Ticket

    Pola Negri, one of the greatest stars of the silent era, plays a young woman who wants to study medicine in Czarist Russia but must hide her Jewish heritage to do so. more...
  • Yema

    Amid the civil turmoil in Algeria, a woman living quietly in the countryside mourns the death of her son, a soldier killed by Islamic extremists. more...
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  • You're Next (R)

    Adam Wingard directed this horror slasher about a dysfunctional family whose weekend getaway turns into a nightmare when a gang of murderers invades their secluded vacation home. more...
  • You Will Be My Son (R)

    Great talent and a monstrous ego often come as a package deal, as illustrated by this insightful, taut 2011 drama set in Bordeaux. more...
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