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  • Elvis & Nixon (R)

    Elvis & Nixon chronicles the day in December 1970, treasured by absurdists and pop-culture fanatics the world over, when Elvis Presley got himself invited to the Oval Office to talk with President Richard Nixon. more...
  • Eye in the Sky
  • Eye in the Sky (R)

    In this UK thriller, director Gavin Hood (Tsotsi) presents in disturbing detail the logistical and ethical course-plotting of a multinational drone strike against a Kenyan target. more...
  • Everybody Wants Some!!
  • Everybody Wants Some!! (R)

    After the critically acclaimed Boyhood, Richard Linklater takes a giant step backward, to the party-hearty laughs of his early cult favorite Dazed and Confused (1993). more...
  • Elle
  • Elle (R)

    Dutch writer-director Paul Verhoeven, making his first French-language film, returns to the themes of sexual perversion and errant womanhood he mined in Basic Instinct (1992) and Showgirls (1995). more...
  • The Edge of Seventeen
  • The Edge of Seventeen (R)

    A garrulous, unpopular high school student (Hailee Steinfeld) seethes when her studly brother (Blake Jenner) begins dating her only friend (Haley Lu Richardson). more...
  • The Eyes of My Mother
  • The Eyes of My Mother (R)

    In this baffling horror fable—the first feature from writer-director Nicolas Pesce—a girl witnesses the murder of her beloved mother (Diana Agostini) by a vagrant and is mesmerized, rather than repelled, by the act. more...
  • The End of the Tour
  • The End of the Tour (R)

    Adapted from David Lipsky's book Although of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself, this moving, morally engaged drama chronicles the five-day road trip that Lipsky, then a staff writer for Rolling Stone, took with novelist David Foster Wallace in 1996 as the latter embarked on a reading tour for his just-published opus Infinite Jest. more...
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  • Ex Machina
  • Ex Machina (R)

    A computer programmer (Domhnall Gleeson), summoned to the secluded home of his millionaire boss (Oscar Isaac), agrees to participate in a weeklong project testing the artificial-intelligence program the boss has installed in a sexy cyborg (Alicia Vikander). more...
  • Entourage
  • Entourage (R)

    I don't watch a ton of television, but I reserve Sunday nights for unwinding and zoning out to just about anything. more...
  • Eve's Bayou (R)

    Unlike most stories that allude to incest, this intriguingly fractured 1997 narrative acknowledges the complexity of the faddish topic. more...
  • Enemy
  • Enemy (R)

    I haven't read José Saramago's 2002 novel The Double, but its premise—an introverted history teacher meets a small-time actor who is his double, and drives both the actor and himself nuts—is the sort of Kafkaesque nightmare that's difficult to film. more...