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  • The Narrow Margin

    An engaging, exciting noir thriller (1952) set almost entirely on a train going from Chicago to Los Angeles, with a gruff cop (Charles McGraw) guarding a saucy prosecution witness (the underrated Marie Windsor). more...
  • The Neon Demon
  • The Neon Demon (R)

    An innocent teenager (Elle Fanning) arrives in Los Angeles in search of a modeling career and, blessed with that indefinable something, quickly rises to the top; this alienates and then angers her blond, lissome competitors, who are a bunch of vampires. more...
  • Nerve
  • Nerve (PG-13)

    This teen-oriented thriller warns against the dangers of blind conformity, which would be more credible if it didn't open with a string of product placements (Google, Spotify, Huffington Post). more...
  • The Nest
  • The Nest

    The Nest opens like the horror movie you’ve seen a hundred times before: a seemingly average 1980s nuclear family leaves their American Dream to move into a too-big, centuries-old house in the English countryside. more...
  • Never Look Away (R)

    Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck directed this German historical drama loosely based on painter Gerhard Richter's early years in post-World War II East Germany. more...
  • The New Girlfriend (R)

    A young husband and father (Romain Duris), traumatized by the death of his wife (Isild Le Besco), starts wearing her clothes and perfume to calm their screaming baby daughter and soon rediscovers a latent interest in cross-dressing. more...
  • The Next Three Days (PG-13)

    A Pittsburgh college professor (Russell Crowe) reels as his wife (Elizabeth Banks) is arrested, tried, and convicted of having murdered her boss; when the appeals process is exhausted, the devoted husband hatches a scheme to spring her from the massive Allegheny County Jail so they can flee to South America with their young son. more...
  • Night Caller (R)

    Jean-Paul Belmondo plays an agent who is trying to find a serial killer in this 1975 drama by Henri Verneuil. more...
  • Night Train to Munich

    Carol Reed directed this 1940 British war thriller about a British agent attempting to help a Czech scientist and his daughter escape from their Nazi-controlled country. more...
  • The Nightingale
  • The Nightingale (R)

    Jennifer Kent’s second feature (after The Babadook) is a postmodern critique of British colonialism that considers the chauvinism as well as the racism of the colonial project. more...
  • Nightworld (NR)

    A former Los Angeles cop, now head of security at an apartment building in Romania, discovers that the place holds dark secrets. more...
  • 9:06 (NR)

    Igor Sterk's 2009 psychological mystery focuses on a police detective who's investigating the apparent suicide of a gay musician. more...
  • Nine Queens (R)

    An experienced grifter (Ricardo Darin) takes a younger confrere (Gaston Pauls) under his wing to steal a block of stamps (called the "nine queens") in this 2000 caper film from Argentina. more...