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  • The Wall (R)

    Alan Parker deserves some credit for trying to find a new form for the rock musical, but once the associational ground rules and paltry themes of this 1982 montage film have been laid out, they fail to add up to anything meaningful. more...
  • Waltzes From Vienna

    Among the rarest of Hitchcock's features, this 1933 film is an anomalous project—a romanticized musical biography of Strauss, featuring the British singing star Jessie Matthews—and not too much should be expected of it. more...
  • West Side Story (NR)

    Decent 1961 adaptation of the Bernstein-Robbins musical, if you can handle Richard Beymer and Natalie Wood in the leads. more...
  • Where Do We Go Now? (PG-13)

    From its opening image—women clad in black, marching to a graveyard—this Lebanese feature by Nadine Labaki dwells on the crushing weight of grief, yet it returns again and again to the inventive spirit of comedy. more...
  • The World's Greatest Sinner

    Timothy Carey, best known as the sniper in Stanley Kubrick's The Killing, directed and stars in this 1961 feature about an insurance salesman who quits his job and becomes a rock 'n' roll singer, then the leader of a messianic political movement. more...