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  • Late Night
  • Late Night (R)

    Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling shine in this comedy about Katherine Newbury (Thompson)—the first and only woman, in this fictional world, to helm a long-running late-night network talk show—and her unlikely protege, Molly Patel (Kaling), a former chemical plant employee who’s yearned to work in comedy. more...
  • Little
  • Little (PG-13)

    The plot of Tina Gordon’s Little is nothing new: it’s a take on the body-swap comedies that flourished in the 1980s. more...
  • Long Shot
  • Long Shot (R)

    In essence, what endears romantic comedies to their most ardent supporters also is what bothers a lot of critics. more...
  • Love African American Style

    Six US and UK short films about love by David E. Bright, Asha Flowers, LeRon E. Lee, Carmen Elly Wilkerson, Anthony E. Williams, and Gian Smith. more...
  • Light of My Life (R)

    Casey Affleck directed and stars in this dystopian drama about a father trying to protect his daughter in a world where most of the females have died from a pandemic a decade earlier. more...
  • Lost Gurl
  • Lost Gurl

    Watching a film where a young person is groomed to be an abusive relationship is a bit like watching a horror flick. more...
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  • The Laundromat (R)

    Meryl Streep stars as a woman who uncovers a complex fraud scheme perpetrated by the owners of a Panama City law firm (Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas). more...