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  • The Little Hours
  • The Little Hours (R)

    At this point, satirizing the sexual hypocrisy of the Catholic church is like shooting fish in a barrel, but at least Jeff Baena, writer and director of The Little Hours, does it with an antique firearm. more...
  • Lowriders (PG-13)

    A young street artist in East Los Angeles is buffeted by his ex-con brother and their father, who's obsessed with lowrider cars Ricardo de Montreuil directed. more...
  • The Lost City of Z
  • The Lost City of Z (PG-13)

    Based on the nonfiction book by David Grann, this gripping historical epic chronicles the years-long quest of English explorer Percy Fawcett (played with clear-eyed determination by Charlie Hunnam) to find a fabled Amazonian city whose early innovations may have put the British Empire to shame. more...
  • Life (R)

    The crew of the International Space Station receive a space probe carrying a cellular life form it collected from the surface of Mars; the organism grows into a sort of clear jellyfish that they nickname Calvin, but before long Calvin has broken out of quarantine and started eating them. more...
  • The Last Word
  • The Last Word (R)

    Shirley MacLaine stars as a wealthy old curmudgeon who leverages her ownership stake in the local newspaper to supervise her own obituary, researched and written by cub reporter Amanda Seyfried. more...
  • Lady Macbeth
  • Lady Macbeth (R)

    This shocking period drama, the feature-filmmaking debut of British theater director William Oldroyd, reminded me of Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave in the way it lays bare the repressive attitudes of the 19th century (and, by extension, their vestiges today). more...
  • The Lovers
  • The Lovers (R)

    After a long hiatus the cagey comic filmmaker Azazel Jacobs (Terri, Momma's Man) returns with a wild, emotionally messy story of a middle-class marriage dissolving amid mutual infidelity. more...