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  • All I See Is You (R)

    A blind woman (Blake Lively) regains her sight, which complicates her relationship with her husband (Jason Clarke). more...
  • American Assassin
  • American Assassin (R)

    Somewhere along the way Michael Cuesta morphed from a creator of thoughtful indie dramas (L.I.E., from 2001) into an action director (Showtime's Homeland); if he ever wants to tackle a James Bond movie, this nonstop spy thriller should serve as his audition. more...
  • Atomic Blonde (R)

    In this rapid-fire spy story, a couture-clad MI6 operative (Charlize Theron) is sent to East Germany to retrieve stolen intelligence just before the fall of the Berlin Wall; she's both helped and hindered by an alpha-male fellow agent (James McAvoy) and targeted by an array of shadowy characters, including members of the KGB and a libidinous femme fatale (Sofia Boutella). more...
  • American Made
  • American Made (R)

    Tom Cruise stars as Barry Seal, the former TWA pilot who flew $3 billion worth of cocaine into the U.S. for the Medellín Cartel before he was arrested by the DEA in 1983, turned informant, and helped the Reagan administration link the cartel to the left-wing Sandinista government in Nicaragua. more...
  • Alone in Berlin
  • Alone in Berlin

    Emma Thompson and Brendan Gleeson play a Berlin couple so traumatized by the death of their son in the Nazi assault on France that they begin surreptitiously leaving anti-Hitler postcards all over the city. more...
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  • Austin Found
  • Austin Found

    In the self-regarding city of Austin, Texas, an obsessive stage mother (Linda Cardellini) to an impish 11-year-old pageant contestant (Ursula Parker of FX's Louie) enlists a yahoo ex-boyfriend (Skeet Ulrich) and his good-natured pal (Craig Robinson) to kidnap and then release the girl so that the media frenzy surrounding her disappearance can be used to land a book deal. more...
  • All This Panic

    Jenny Gage and Tom Betterton directed this documentary about a group of teenage girls navigating adolescence in Brooklyn over the course of three years. more...
  • All the Queen's Horses
  • All the Queen's Horses

    Dixon, Illinois—the hometown of Ronald Reagan—got an unexpected lesson in government waste, fraud, and abuse in 2012 when Rita Crundwell, its treasurer and comptroller, was charged with having embezzled $53 million over 20 years. more...
  • Alien: Covenant
  • Alien: Covenant (R)

    After the baffling Prometheus (2012), director Ridley Scott goes back to basics for this second installment of his new Alien trilogy: despite a few remnants of the earlier film's obscure genesis story, most of the action in Covenant plays like an elaboration on the original Alien (1979). more...
  • Annabelle: Creation
  • Annabelle: Creation (R)

    Part of the franchise built around James Wan's horror hit The Conjuring (2013), this feature tells the origin story of the evil doll from Annabelle (2014), a movie it surpasses in craft and narrative coherence. more...
  • The Accountant
  • The Accountant (R)

    Flashbacks scattered throughout this crime thriller show an autistic boy being harshly raised by a military father; years later the child, a mathematical savant, has grown up into a "black money" specialist for various underworld figures and also a trained killer (he compulsively finishes off every victim with a double head shot). more...