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  • About Time (R)

    Upon reaching adulthood, a milquetoast daydreamer (Domhnall Gleeson) learns that he can travel through his own past and uses this power to seduce the perfect woman (Rachel McAdams), perform secret favors for his friends, and spend more time with his dear old dad (Bill Nighy, suggesting Jack Lemmon at his most cloying). more...
  • Almost in Love

    Privileged thirtysomethings whine about their romantic problems in this indie rom-com from writer-director Sam Neave. more...
  • Aloha
  • Aloha (PG-13)

    Writer-director Cameron Crowe borrows from his own Jerry Maguire for this romantic comedy about a former NASA employee (Bradley Cooper) representing a billionaire megalomaniac (Bill Murray) in his quest to launch his own satellite from Honolulu. more...
  • Amélie (R)

    This 2001 feature by Jean-Pierre Jeunet was both loved and hated in its native France. more...
  • And So It Goes
  • And So It Goes (PG-13)

    Old people still go out to movie theaters, God bless them, though the meaty fare they enjoyed back in the 70s has given way to soft foods like The Bucket List, Last Vegas, and this senior-citizen rom-com by Rob Reiner. more...
  • Arthur (PG-13)

    The puerile Dudley Moore comedy from 1981, about a poor little rich boy on a perpetual bender, has been turned into a vehicle for the tight-trousered, impossibly beautiful British comedian Russell Brand. more...
  • Austenland (PG-13)

    Real men fall short of her romantic fantasies, so a lonely American bookworm named Jane (Keri Russell) decamps for a British theme park that offers Austen fans a fully immersive experience in a simulated Regency England, one where guests and staff sport period garb, ride, hunt, dance, and flirt decorously (or not). more...
  • Autoerotic (NR)

    In the films of Joe Swanberg, sex serves chiefly as a catalyst for loneliness and frustration, but that unhappy worldview turns comic in this collection of bawdy vignettes he codirected with horror specialist Adam Wingard (Pop Skull). more...