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  • 12 Monkeys (R)

    Following a global epidemic that has eradicated most of humanity, time travel becomes the only hope of mankind's survival; a volunteer (Bruce Willis) returns to 1990s Philadelphia to find the source of the epidemic, but he's promptly locked away as a madman. more...
  • 2 Guns (R)

    Mark Wahlberg reunites with Contraband director Baltasar Kormakur for an action movie that's even more cynical and sadistic than its predecessor. more...
  • 21 and Over (R)

    Jon Lucas and Scott Moore directed this comedy about a medical student whose 21st birthday turns into a night of debauchery. more...
  • 5 to 7 (R)

    In this 2014 romantic comedy, a young writer becomes involved with an older woman in an open marriage whose rules dictate that they can meet only between 5 and 7 PM. more...
  • 600 Miles (R)

    Directed by Gabriel Ripstein, this 2015 drama follows the 600-mile journey of a Mexican drug smuggler and a kidnapped ATF agent. more...
  • About Last Night . . . (R)

    Adapting David Mamet's play Sexual Perversity in Chicago, screenwriters Tim Kazurinsky and Denise DeClue have done an admirable job of turning an unfilmable piece into a polished commercial product (1986), yet so much of the flavor of the original has been lost that you wonder why they bothered with the Mamet in the first place. more...
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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...
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  • The Accountant (R)

    Flashbacks scattered throughout this crime thriller show an autistic boy being harshly raised by a military father; years later the child, a mathematical savant, has grown up into a "black money" specialist for various underworld figures and also a trained killer (he compulsively finishes off every victim with a double head shot). more...
  • A.C.O.D. (R)

    TV veteran Stu Zicherman directed this middling comedy about a restaurateur (Adam Scott) whose parents divorced when he was nine years old, leaving him with abandonment issues and a fear of commitment. more...