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  • Jack of the Red Hearts (PG)

    In order to raise money to rescue her sister from foster care, a runaway teenager becomes the live-in helper for a family's autistic daughter. more...
  • Jacquot (PG)

    Agnes Varda's 1991 tribute to her husband Jacques Demy (who died of AIDS about six months before this premiered at the Cannes Film Festival) combines dramatic sequences portraying his provincial childhood, documentary footage shot during his final days, and critical interpolations of scenes from his films. more...
  • Jacquot (PG)

    Originally known in French as Jacquot de Nantes, this is a loving and lovely reenactment of the wonderful French New Wave director Jacques Demy's childhood in Nantes, made by his wife Agnes Varda while Demy was dying of AIDS. more...
  • Jake's Corner (PG)

    A former college football star becomes caretaker for his young nephew after both of the boy's parents die in a highway collision. more...
  • Jaws (PG)

    It broke box-office records in 1975, and probably posted an aesthetic landmark, too—in proving that actors and characters were completely redundant in the shopping center cinema of the 70s. more...
  • Jean de Florette (PG)

    The first part of Claude Berri's two-part adaptation of a Marcel Pagnol novel, with Gerard Depardieu as a noble hunchback trying to start a new life as a farmer in southwest France, Yves Montand as a wily local peasant out to cheat him out of his property, and Daniel Auteuil as the latter's naive nephew. more...
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  • Jeremiah Johnson (PG)

    Sydney Pollack's 1972 drama is a simple film about a man determined to live life deliberately, no matter what the hardships. more...
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  • Jig (PG)

    Sue Bournes's documentary about competitors in Glasgow's 40th Irish Dancing World Championships. more...
  • Jiro Dreams of Sushi (PG)

    Like other culinary documentaries (Kings of Pastry, El Bulli: Cooking in Progress, Three Stars), this film by David Gelb combines food porn with hagiography of an artist whose pursuit of perfection borders on the superhuman. more...
  • Jodorowsky's Dune
  • Jodorowsky's Dune (PG)

    Chilean-born director Alejandro Jodorowksy planned to follow up his cult sensation The Holy Mountain (1973) with a big-budget adaptation of Frank Herbert's sci-fi novel Dune; the project never came to be, though the filmmaker spent three whole years in preproduction, generating a wealth of material. more...