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  • Poms
  • Poms (PG-13)

    Movies about and starring women over 60—and, let's face it, 50 and 40—are not only scarce but also scarcely as complex or revelatory as they should be. more...
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  • The Peanut Butter Falcon
  • The Peanut Butter Falcon (PG-13)

    A teenage boy with Down syndrome (newcomer Zack Gottsagen) escapes from the Virginia assisted living facility where he’s lived since losing his family; hitting the road, he heads toward North Carolina with the dream of tracking down his hero, a washed-up semi-pro wrestler called the Saltwater Redneck. more...
  • Parasite (NR)

    Bong Joon-ho’s Palme d’Or-winning satire is easily the South Korean writer-director’s best film since Memories of Murder (2003), exhibiting the earlier film’s formal control and mounting suspense while incorporating the trenchant insights into class conflict he displayed in Snowpiercer (2013). more...
  • Photograph
  • Photograph (PG-13)

    After two satisfying 2017 English-language dramas, The Sense of an Ending and Our Souls at Night, director Ritesh Batra returns to his native India for this low-key, exquisitely shot love story. more...
  • Penguin Highway
  • Penguin Highway (NR)

    In this irresistible Japanese anime, a solemn fourth-grade science wiz with an intense curiosity about the world in general—and his busty dental hygienist in particular—is thrown together with her over the summer when large flocks of cute penguins suddenly invade his quiet inland town. more...
  • Phantom Thread
  • Phantom Thread (R)

    An icy romance in the Kubrick vein, this drama from Paul Thomas Anderson stars Daniel Day-Lewis as a tyrannical dress designer in 1950s London and Vicky Krieps as the poor waitress he adopts as his muse. more...