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  • Passengers
  • Passengers (PG-13)

    This clunky sci-fi romance from director Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game) is clearly a metaphor for how life’s uncertainties and the fear of dying alone can breed a selfish and possessive kind of love—the main characters not only actualize it but repeatedly articulate it, as if the audience were too dumb to figure it out. more...
  • Passengers 3D (PG-13)

    This clunky sci-fi romance from director Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game) is clearly a metaphor for how life’s uncertainties and the fear of dying alone can breed a selfish and possessive kind of love—the main characters not only actualize it but repeatedly articulate it, as if the audience were too dumb to figure it out. more...
  • Passing Summer

    Sungkyu Cho directed this South Korean film about the romances of four people staying at a guesthouse. more...
  • The Perfect Holiday (PG)

    In a color-blind world Gabrielle Union would be a major movie star; a stunning beauty and a spirited comedian, she follows in the tradition of Irene Dunne, Carole Lombard, and Rosalind Russell. more...
  • Phantom Thread
  • Phantom Thread (R)

    An icy romance in the Kubrick vein, this drama from Paul Thomas Anderson stars Daniel Day-Lewis as a tyrannical dress designer in 1950s London and Vicky Krieps as the poor waitress he adopts as his muse. more...
  • Photograph
  • Photograph (PG-13)

    After two satisfying 2017 English-language dramas, The Sense of an Ending and Our Souls at Night, director Ritesh Batra returns to his native India for this low-key, exquisitely shot love story. more...
  • The Photograph
  • The Photograph (PG-13)

    Stella Meghie’s (Jean of the Joneses, The Weekend) The Photograph is a refreshing take on how ill-directed familial angst so often stops healthy romantic love right in its tracks. more...
  • The Pin

    In this dreary Canadian drama (2013), two Jewish teens (Grisha Pasternak and Milda Gecaite) hiding out in a remote barn during the Nazi occupation of Lithuania meet and gradually fall for each other, their romance occasionally playing like a more depressing version of The Blue Lagoon. more...
  • Play the Game (PG-13)

    A cynical ladies' man (Paul Campbell) teaches his courtly but naive grandfather (Andy Griffith) how to score with women in his retirement community, but the younger man can't seem to get any traction himself when he meets the woman of his dreams (Marla Sokoloff). more...
  • Poetic Justice (R)

    Though it's not unlikable, John Singleton's second feature (Boyz N the Hood was his first) is an unholy mess in almost every respect. more...
  • Porto
  • Porto (NR)

    Two brooding expats (Anton Yelchin, Lucie Lucas) meet by chance in Porto, Portugal, and share an intimate night they relive for years afterward. more...