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  • 21 and Over (R)

    Jon Lucas and Scott Moore directed this comedy about a medical student whose 21st birthday turns into a night of debauchery. more...
  • 9 to 5 (PG)

    Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, and Dolly Parton are working women conspiring to turn the tables on nightmare boss Dabney Coleman. more...
  • Abbott and Costello Go to Mars (NR)

    Abbott and Costello were never known for their quality control, but once the comedy duo launched their successful TV series in 1952, their theatrical features really hit the skids. more...
  • Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (NR)

    As burlesque and later radio comics, Abbott and Costello found their metier in bizarre patter routines; they never got the hang of the kiddie slapstick Universal assigned to them, and their physical comedy is low, heavy, and graceless. more...
  • Absolute Giganten

    Three friends spend an evening rabble-rousing the night before one of them departs on a freighter job. more...
  • A.C.O.D. (R)

    TV veteran Stu Zicherman directed this middling comedy about a restaurateur (Adam Scott) whose parents divorced when he was nine years old, leaving him with abandonment issues and a fear of commitment. more...
  • Adam (PG-13)

    Socially isolated by Asperger’s syndrome (a variant of autism), a handsome young technology wiz (Hugh Dancy) overcomes his awkwardness to find love with the cheerful schoolteacher next door (Rose Byrne). more...
  • Adaptation (R)

    Charlie Kaufman and Spike Jonze, the writer and director of Being John Malkovich, have teamed up on another zany comedy, approximately two-thirds as good (2002). more...
  • Adult Beginners
  • Adult Beginners (R)

    A fast-talking tech entrepreneur in Manhattan (Nick Kroll) loses all his money—and his friends' money—and retreats to the suburbs to crash with his sister (Rose Byrne), her husband (Bobby Cannavale), and their adorable preschool son. more...
  • Adult World
  • Adult World (R)

    John Cusack's days as a handsome lead may be drawing to a close, but the well of bitterness he's been building up for more than a decade guarantees him a long career as a jaundiced character actor. more...
  • Adventureland (R)

    Greg Mottola—who debuted with The Daytrippers (1996), moved into TV, and recently made a big-screen comeback directing Superbad for Judd Apatow—tries his hand at a Cameron Crowe-style nostalgia piece, set in 80s Pittsburgh and chock-full of tunes by the Replacements, Husker Du, etc. Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network) plays a college grad whose plans to tear around Europe all summer and start graduate studies at Columbia University in the fall are derailed by his father's professional downfall; instead, he spends the summer working various game booths at a rundown amusement park, surrounded by hard-partying freaks (among them Martin Starr) and coveting coworker Kristen Stewart (Twilight). more...