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  • Noir City: Chicago 2019

    Presented by the Film Noir Foundation, this festival features revivals of noir rarities and classics, with most showing in 35 mm. more...
  • Nobody's Fool
  • Nobody's Fool (R)

    Tyler Perry does for Tiffany Haddish what Irving Thalberg did for the Marx Brothers: he gives her a vehicle for her prodigious comic talent, then weighs it down with unfunny supporting performers and an unnecessary melodramatic subplot. more...
  • Night School
  • Night School (PG-13)

    Night School has all the trappings of the usual Kevin Hart movie, but his brand of over-the-top, self-deprecating humor is in top form as he plays Teddy Walker, a high school dropout who is forced to finally get his GED after his workplace is burned down . . . more...
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  • The Nun (R)

    A horror film about a priest and a novice investigating a death in Romania discover that one of the nuns has been possessed by an evil force. more...
  • Night Comes On (NR)

    An 18-year old young woman, just out of juvenile detention, plans a desperate and reckless attempt to right her life by finding her younger sister who's in foster care and confronting their father about the past. more...
  • Nico, 1988
  • Nico, 1988 (R)

    ico, the German ice goddess Andy Warhol paired with the Velvet Underground in 1967, nursed a heavy heroin addiction during the 70s and 80s, and this depressing biopic about her last two years finds the stoned singer grinding out club shows across Europe with a backup band of near amateurs. more...
  • Nossa Chape
  • Nossa Chape (NR)

    An extraordinary sports documentary and a compelling human-interest story, this documentary follows the rising Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense after the November 2016 plane crash that killed 19 players and the entire staff. more...
  • Nostalgia
  • Nostalgia (R)

    Screenwriter Alex Ross Perry (The Color Wheel, Queen of Earth) keeps his acidic wit in check for this ensemble drama about love, loss, and people's connection to objects. more...
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