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  • The Price (NR)

    Anthony Onah wrote and directed this drama about the personal and profressional crises of a Nigerian-American financier. more...
  • Patti Cake$
  • Patti Cake$ (R)

    Patricia Dombrowski, the hefty young blond woman at the center of this offbeat comedy, chafes at the nickname "Dumbo"—in her mind, she's the hip-hop sensation Killa P, aka Patti Cake$, and stardom is just around the corner. more...
  • Paris Can Wait
  • Paris Can Wait (PG)

    A longtime friend in Los Angeles used to groan whenever I would gasp at each artfully designed course that arrived at our table in some fancy eatery. more...
  • Personal Shopper
  • Personal Shopper (R)

    Thematically this is Olivier Assayas's darkest feature since Boarding Gate (2007), though it's much better, owing largely to Kristen Stewart's mesmeric performance as a young Parisian who works as personal shopper to a jet-set model and, in her spare time, communicates with the dead. more...
  • The Promise
  • The Promise (PG-13)

    As the Ottoman Empire mounts a genocidal campaign against its Armenian population, an Armenian woman raised in Paris (Charlotte Le Bon) returns to her native land with her lover (Christian Bale), who works for the Associated Press, and the growing political crisis drives her into the arms of a soulful Armenian medical student (Oscar Isaac). more...
  • The Post

    Veteran New York Times reporters have complained that they were written out of this drama about the Pentagon Papers, the classified government study of the Vietnam war whose June 1971 publication in the Times became a turning point in the national debate. more...
  • The Paris Opera
  • The Paris Opera

    Swiss director Jean-Stéphane Bron recalls Frederick Wiseman in subject and verite style with this involving chronicle of the Paris Opera's 2015-'16 season. more...
  • Princess Cyd
  • Princess Cyd (NR)

    Writer-director Stephen Cone (The Wise Kids) ventures into Eric Rohmer territory with this philosophical, dialogue-driven comedy about a bright 17-year-old girl (Jessie Pinnick) spending the summer in Chicago with her novelist aunt (Rebecca Spence). more...
  • Passengers 3D (PG-13)

    This clunky sci-fi romance from director Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game) is clearly a metaphor for how life’s uncertainties and the fear of dying alone can breed a selfish and possessive kind of love—the main characters not only actualize it but repeatedly articulate it, as if the audience were too dumb to figure it out. more...