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  • The Last Elvis (NR)

    Armando Bo cowrote and directed this Argentine comedy-drama (2012) about a middle-aged Elvis impersonator who reassesses his life after a personal tragedy. more...
  • Last Weekend
  • Last Weekend (NR)

    This tepid indie comedy lacks a consistent tone; directors Tom Dolby and Tom Williams can't decide whether to satirize or sympathize with their wealthy, self-regarding characters. more...
  • Let It Rain (NR)

    I've read more than one review that refers to the movies of French writer-director Agnes Jaoui as "middlebrow," which may be meant as a respectful euphemism for "middling." more...
  • Levantamuertos
  • Levantamuertos (NR)

    Iván (Daniel Galo), the hero of this 2013 black comedy, works for the local coroner, retrieving corpses from crime and accident scenes; death is their business, and in the modern Mexico of the drug cartels, business is good. more...
  • Liberal Arts (NR)

    College is supposed to prepare you for adult life, which doesn't explain why so many graduates fantasize about going back to college. more...
  • Life During Wartime (NR)

    Happiness (1998) still stands as one of the most shocking and brilliant comedies ever made, so this 2009 sequel by writer-director Todd Solondz was almost guaranteed to be a disappointment. more...
  • Little Orphant Annie (NR)

    Based on a poem by James Whitcomb Riley, this 1918 silent drama stars Colleen Moore as the title character, an orphan who serves as mother figure to a group of young children. more...
  • Little White Lies (NR)

    Lifelong friends embark on their annual beach vacation in the south of France even as one of their little group (Jean Dujardin) lies dying in a hospital; this uncomfortable situation makes everyone tense, and their getaway dissolves into quarreling. more...
  • Lovers of Hate (NR)

    The South by Southwest festival provides a touchstone for the so-called mumblecore filmmakers, and two of the most successful—Jay and Mark Duplass of Cyrus fame—have returned the favor, producing this indie comedy by Austin writer-director Bryan Poyser. more...