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  • Ad Astra (PG-13)

    James Gray directed this science fiction drama about an astronaut (Brad Pitt) who journeys across the solar system looking for answers to his father's disappearance thirty years before. more...
  • The Adjustment Bureau (PG-13)

    Philip K. Dick's early story "Adjustment Team" (1954) was a little paranoid masterpiece about an office drone who discovers that cosmic secret agents police the planet, minutely altering everyday events so as to keep world history on track. more...
  • After (PG-13)

    Alberto Rodriguez directed this 2009 Spanish drama about three middle-aged friends who reunite for a wild night on the town. more...
  • Alex Cross (PG-13)

    The psychologist-detective of James Patterson's best-selling thriller novels returns to the screen again after Kiss the Girls (1997) and Along Came a Spider (2001), though Morgan Freeman has ceded the role to Tyler Perry, who was good enough to leave his gigantic falsies at home. more...
  • The Amazing Spider-Man 3D (PG-13)

    If you've seen Andrew Garfield in the British dramas Boy A or Red Riding: 1974, you know he's a moodier, more turbulent presence than gee-whiz Tobey Maguire, who starred in the first three Spider-Man blockbusters. more...
  • The Amazing Spider-Man (PG-13)

    If you've seen Andrew Garfield in the British dramas Boy A or Red Riding: 1974, you know he's a moodier, more turbulent presence than gee-whiz Tobey Maguire, who starred in the first three Spider-Man blockbusters. more...
  • Apollo 18 (PG-13)

    An unlikely victory for underground cinema, this low-budget sci-fi feature has less in common with the multiplex fare it's opening alongside than with the work of experimental figures like Craig Baldwin (Mock Up on Mu), Jim Finn (Interkosmos), and Damon Packard (SpaceDisco One). more...
  • Armored (PG-13)

    Matt Dillon leads an ostensibly close-knit crew of armored truck guards collaborating on an inside job. more...
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  • Arrival (PG-13)

    A noted linguist (Amy Adams) grieves for her teenage daughter, who has died of cancer, but that personal tragedy gets knocked into perspective when a dozen alien spaceships land at seemingly random locations around the world. more...
  • The Birds (PG-13)

    Alfred Hitchcock's most abstract film (1963) and perhaps his subtlest, still yielding new meanings and inflections after a dozen or more viewings. more...