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  • Easy Money (R)

    Based on a best-selling Swedish crime novel, this 2010 thriller tells the story of a bright economics student from a poor family (Joel Kinnaman) who poses as wealthy to impress his affluent friends. more...
  • The Edge of Seventeen
  • The Edge of Seventeen (R)

    A garrulous, unpopular high school student (Hailee Steinfeld) seethes when her studly brother (Blake Jenner) begins dating her only friend (Haley Lu Richardson). more...
  • 8: The Mormon Proposition (R)

    Reed Cowan and Steven Greenstreet frame this video documentary as an exposé of the Mormon Church's massive 2008 campaign to pass Proposition 8, which outlawed gay marriage in California. more...
  • Elle
  • Elle (R)

    Dutch writer-director Paul Verhoeven, making his first French-language film, returns to the themes of sexual perversion and errant womanhood he mined in Basic Instinct (1992) and Showgirls (1995). more...
  • Elvis & Nixon (R)

    Elvis & Nixon chronicles the day in December 1970, treasured by absurdists and pop-culture fanatics the world over, when Elvis Presley got himself invited to the Oval Office to talk with President Richard Nixon. more...
  • Elysium (R)

    Remarkably up-front about its radical politics, this sci-fi action movie by writer-director Neill Blomkamp (District 9) uses a dystopic future U.S. to express outrage about a range of contemporary injustices, from Obama's drone strikes to the erosion of workers' rights. more...
  • The End of the Tour
  • The End of the Tour (R)

    Adapted from David Lipsky's book Although of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself, this moving, morally engaged drama chronicles the five-day road trip that Lipsky, then a staff writer for Rolling Stone, took with novelist David Foster Wallace in 1996 as the latter embarked on a reading tour for his just-published opus Infinite Jest. more...
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  • End of Watch (R)

    I'm not sure who appointed David Ayer poet laureate for the LAPD, but at least he takes the job seriously; along with the usual mean-streets bluster and brutality, his cop-thriller screenplays (Training Day, Dark Blue) conscientiously record the hardening effects of a thankless and frequently pointless job. more...
  • Enemy
  • Enemy (R)

    I haven't read José Saramago's 2002 novel The Double, but its premise—an introverted history teacher meets a small-time actor who is his double, and drives both the actor and himself nuts—is the sort of Kafkaesque nightmare that's difficult to film. more...
  • Entourage
  • Entourage (R)

    I don't watch a ton of television, but I reserve Sunday nights for unwinding and zoning out to just about anything. more...