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  • Needing You...

    Johnnie To and Wai Ka-fai directed this 2000 Hong Kong romantic comedy about the relationship between two employees at a computer company. more...
  • New in Town (PG)

    Sarah Palin might have scripted this wearying rom-com, about an officious Miami businesswoman (Renee Zellweger) who arrives in a frigid Minnesota town to shut down a local plant but falls under the spell of the affectionate townspeople and a hunky, bearded union rep (Harry Connick Jr., woefully miscast). more...
  • New Life (PG)

    A young married couple celebrate the impending birth of their first child, but the situation is complicated by personal tragedy. more...
  • Nights of Cabiria

    Federico Fellini's sentimental 1957 study of a childlike Roman prostitute (Giulietta Masina), told though a series of interlocking vignettes. more...
  • Nine (PG-13)

    Not to be confused with Shane Acker's dismal animation 9, this is another razzmatazz musical adapted by Rob Marshall (Chicago) from a Broadway show. more...
  • Ninotchka

    A sparkling, witty political fairy tale from 1939, about a cold but beautiful lady commissar (Greta Garbo) who melts to the bourgeois charms of Paris and Melvyn Douglas, jeopardizing both honor and career. more...
  • Norwegian Wood (NR)

    Vietnamese director Tran Anh Hung (The Scent of Green Papaya) adapts Haruki Murakami's nostalgic Japanese novel, retaining the most poignant images but grossly oversimplifying the suicide and mental illness that figure in the story. more...
  • The Notebook (PG-13)

    The title refers to a handwritten story, set in the 1940s, that elderly James Garner reads to a spaced-out Gena Rowlands as she lives out her final days in a geriatric hospital; interspersed with these scenes are dramatized episodes from the story, a horribly trite romance between a poor boy (Ryan Gosling) and a rich girl (Rachel McAdams) whose genteel mother (Joan Allen) considers him "trash, trash, trash!" more...