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  • The Yellow Handkerchief (PG-13)

    William Hurt's considerable talents are wasted on this lugubrious road movie (2008), adapted from a Pete Hamill story that was also the basis for a 1977 Japanese feature. more...
  • Yesterday
  • Yesterday (PG-13)

    Director Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire) and screenwriter Richard Curtis (Love Actually) have divergent cinematic sensibilities, but they meld well enough in this bittersweet, slightly wacky musical fantasy rom-com about an alternative universe where the Beatles never existed. more...
  • Yi Yi

    Edward Yang's most accessible movie (2000) follows three generations of a contemporary Taipei family from a wedding to a funeral, and while it takes almost three hours to unfold, not a moment seems gratuitous. more...
  • Yol

    The late Yilmaz Guney was something more than the Stanley Kramer of Turkey and something less than its Jean-Luc Godard. more...
  • Young and Innocent

    Made in 1937 by a relatively young and innocent Alfred Hitchcock, this British feature tends to be overshadowed by The 39 Steps and The Lady Vanishes, but actually it's only the uncharismatic casting that holds it back from being one of the most entertaining of Hitchcock's English films. more...
  • You're Killing Me Susana
  • You're Killing Me Susana (NR)

    In this offbeat romance, a happy-go-lucky actor in Mexico City (Gael García Bernal) is shocked when his wife (Verónica Echegui) abruptly leaves him and even more shocked when their mutual friends are unsurprised. more...
  • Youth in Revolt (R)

    Nerdy nice guy Michael Cera finds the girl of his dreams (Portia Doubleday) while camping with his sluttish mom (Jean Smart) and her boorish boyfriend (Zach Galifianakis), but the vacation ends before he can shed his demoralizing virginity. more...