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  • The Only Living Boy in New York
  • The Only Living Boy in New York (R)

    A whip-smart college grad in Manhattan (Callum Turner) discovers that his father (Pierce Brosnan) is cheating on his mentally ill mother (Cynthia Nixon) with a younger woman (Kate Beckinsale); the son trails and eventually confronts the mistress, but she turns the tables by calling out his own sexual attraction to her. more...
  • The Oranges (R)

    David (Hugh Laurie) and Nina (Leighton Meester) are in love, but there's a slight problem: she's half his age, he's married with grown children, and their respective families have been friends for ages. more...
  • Other People
  • Other People (NR)

    I hate the term dramedy—it discounts the potential for humor in any drama, and movies designated as dramedies typically follow the rigid Terms of Endearment template of laughs in the first half, tears in the second. more...
  • Our Brand Is Crisis
  • Our Brand Is Crisis (R)

    Screenwriter Peter Straughan (The Men Who Stare at Goats) has turned Our Brand Is Crisis (2005), Rachel Boynton's fine documentary about U.S. political strategists perverting a Bolivian presidential election, into a comedy for Sandra Bullock, whose role as a weary Machiavelli in sunglasses and trench coat gives her little to work with but a stream of jaded one-liners. more...