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  • The Ugly Truth (R)

    Far more ugly than truthful, this leprous romantic comedy stars Katherine Heigl (Knocked Up) as the uptight and overworked producer of a failing Sacramento TV news broadcast. more...
  • The Unbearable Lightness of Being (R)

    Weighing in at 173 minutes, this visually expansive but intellectually and formally simplified adaptation of Milan Kundera's fine novel holds one's interest—thanks in large part to the talented and attractive leads (Daniel Day-Lewis, Juliette Binoche, and Lena Olin) and the polish that cinematographer Sven Nykvist and coscreenwriter Jean-Claude Carriere bring to the occasion. more...
  • Undertow (R)

    In his first three features—George Washington, All the Real Girls, and Undertow—David Gordon Green brought a poetic sensibility to portraits of working-class southerners in which storytelling generally played second fiddle to character and ambience. more...
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  • Unexpected (R)

    This indie drama marks a big step forward for writer-director Kris Swanberg; compared with her previous feature, Empire Builder (2012), it's better acted, more smoothly told, and more astute in its social observations. more...
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  • Unfinished Business
  • Unfinished Business (R)

    In this farcical road comedy, a struggling small-business owner (Vince Vaughn) goes to Germany to close a deal with a potential client, bringing along two hapless employees (Dave Franco, Tom Wilkinson) who are more interested in pleasure than in business. more...
  • Unforgettable (R)

    After making a name for himself as a director of postnoirs (Red Rock West, The Last Seduction), John Dahl switches genres to SF thriller, and thanks in part to a sprawling and undisciplined, if not preposterous, script (by Bill Geddie, the executive producer of several Barbara Walters specials), complete with a mad forensic pathologist (Ray Liotta), he hits the skids. more...
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  • Unforgettable (R)

    Katherine Heigl's reputation as a Hollywood terror leads, inevitably, to her debut as a screen villain, aptly described by one character in this dull thriller as a “psycho Barbie” (carving knife not included). more...
  • Unforgiven (R)

    One of Clint Eastwood's most accomplished westerns, based on a rather elaborate script by David Webb Peoples (who cowrote Blade Runner). more...
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