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  • Adrift (PG-13)

    A young couple (Shailene Woodley, Sam Claflin) sailing across the ocean encounter a severe hurricane that leaves them injured and adrift. more...
  • The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (G)

    Sesame Street resident Elmo proudly introduces us to his best friend—a blanket with the capacity for action and expression—but freaks out when a friend wants to share it. more...
  • The Adventures of Tintin 3D (NR)

    Whenever Steven Spielberg works in his self-conscious blockbuster mode—as in the Indiana Jones or Jurassic Park movies--his action sequences are staged with such precision that they feel like the work of a sophisticated computer program. more...
  • The Adventures of Tintin (PG)

    Whenever Steven Spielberg works in his self-conscious blockbuster mode—as in the Indiana Jones or Jurassic Park movies--his action sequences are staged with such precision that they feel like the work of a sophisticated computer program. more...
  • Africa United (NR)

    In this 2010 drama, three Rwandan kids walk the 3,000 miles to South Africa for the 2010 World Cup, gathering a ragtag crew that helps them surmount some obstacles. more...
  • The African Queen (PG)

    John Huston's odyssey theme reprised as comedy (1951), as Humphrey Bogart cavorts like a monkey and Katharine Hepburn exploits a latent strain of Eleanor Roosevelt. more...
  • Agora (NR)

    Rachel Weisz stars as Hypatia, a fourth-century philosopher whose school in the famous Library of Alexandria is the only ecumenical institution in a city riven by sectarian violence among pagans, Jews, and Christians. more...
  • Aladdin (G)

    Adhering religiously to the formula that made megabucks on The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast, this 1992 cartoon Disney feature, directed by John Musker and Ron Clements from a script they wrote with Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, can probably be plumbed for ideological notations on nuclear power in the Middle East and other aspects of the New World Order (I'm inclined to take a parrot named Iago, dubbed by Gilbert Gottfried, as a stand-in for Israel), but it's also a fairly straightforward fairy tale about an American-looking street urchin who marries into wealth with the help of a genie not only dubbed by but conspicuously patterned after Robin Williams. more...