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  • N-Secure (R)

    David M. Matthews directed this thriller about a successful man who becomes involved in murder. more...
  • Nasty Baby
  • Nasty Baby (R)

    Chilean filmmaker Sebastián Silva is well versed in the easy indolence and fragile well-being of the upper-middle class: his acclaimed 2009 drama The Maid slyly satirized a rich family's emotional exploitation of their longtime domestic servant, and this U.S. production unfolds among the comfortable bohemians of Fort Greene, Brooklyn. more...
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  • National Gallery
  • National Gallery

    Revered documentary maker Frederick Wiseman trains his lens on the title art museum in London, sticking to his famously ascetic formula (no narration, no score, no graphics, no talking heads) but delivering one of his driest, least illuminating works. more...
  • Natural Selection

    A young man starting his senior year at a new high school is befriended by a fellow student who proves to be a bad influence. more...
  • The Nature of Existence (NR)

    As the title suggests, filmmaker Roger Nygard (Trekkies) takes on the Big Questions in his new documentary--existence, religion, spirituality, morality, truth, and more. more...
  • Nebraska
  • Nebraska (R)

    All the Oscar buzz is for Bruce Dern as a grizzled old coot sliding into dementia, but the most impressive performance in this poignant black-and-white comedy comes from Will Forte as the man's long-suffering son, who wearily humors his dad's conviction that he's won a million dollars on one of those sweepstakes offers that come in the mail. more...
  • Need for Speed
  • Need for Speed (PG-13)

    Though based on a series of video games, this big-budget racing picture feels closer in spirit to 1950s comic books and Walter Hill's early directorial efforts; the action is clearly delineated, the neon colors bright as can be, the characters deliberately archetypal. more...
  • Need for Speed 3D
  • Need for Speed 3D (PG-13)

    Though based on a series of video games, this big-budget racing picture feels closer in spirit to 1950s comic books and Walter Hill's early directorial efforts; the action is clearly delineated, the neon colors bright as can be, the characters deliberately archetypal. more...
  • Neighbors
  • Neighbors (R)

    Elaborate sight gags are few and far between in contemporary movie comedy, but this Seth Rogen effort has one shot involving an air bag that ranks alongside the biggest laughs of the silent era. more...
  • Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising
  • Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (R)

    Seth Rogen (stunt cast as a grown-up) and Rose Byrne (stunt cast in a comedy) reprise their roles from Neighbors (2014) as parents clashing with the hard-partying college kids next door. more...
  • The Neon Demon
  • The Neon Demon (R)

    An innocent teenager (Elle Fanning) arrives in Los Angeles in search of a modeling career and, blessed with that indefinable something, quickly rises to the top; this alienates and then angers her blond, lissome competitors, who are a bunch of vampires. more...
  • Nerve
  • Nerve (PG-13)

    This teen-oriented thriller warns against the dangers of blind conformity, which would be more credible if it didn't open with a string of product placements (Google, Spotify, Huffington Post). more...