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  • The Promise
  • The Promise (PG-13)

    As the Ottoman Empire mounts a genocidal campaign against its Armenian population, an Armenian woman raised in Paris (Charlotte Le Bon) returns to her native land with her lover (Christian Bale), who works for the Associated Press, and the growing political crisis drives her into the arms of a soulful Armenian medical student (Oscar Isaac). more...
  • Passengers 3D (PG-13)

    This clunky sci-fi romance from director Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game) is clearly a metaphor for how life’s uncertainties and the fear of dying alone can breed a selfish and possessive kind of love—the main characters not only actualize it but repeatedly articulate it, as if the audience were too dumb to figure it out. more...
  • Passengers
  • Passengers (PG-13)

    This clunky sci-fi romance from director Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game) is clearly a metaphor for how life’s uncertainties and the fear of dying alone can breed a selfish and possessive kind of love—the main characters not only actualize it but repeatedly articulate it, as if the audience were too dumb to figure it out. more...
  • The Perfect Guy (PG-13)

    In this formulaic thriller, a young professional (Sanaa Lathan) getting over a breakup with her longtime boyfriend (Morris Chestnut) dives into a serious relationship with a charming stranger (Michael Ealy) who is really a violent, possessive psychopath. more...
  • Paper Towns (PG-13)

    This ambitious teenpic begins in the vein of Ferris Bueller's Day Off, as a rebellious high school senior (Cara Delevingne) recruits the shy boy next door (Nat Wolff) to join her in a night of mischief around suburban Orlando. more...
  • Pawn Sacrifice
  • Pawn Sacrifice (PG-13)

    Bobby Fischer's historic 1972 victory over Russian grandmaster Boris Spassky at the World Chess Championship in Reykjavik became one of the most celebrated episodes of the Cold War, yet the war inside Fischer's head was only beginning. more...