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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...
  • Angel Has Fallen
  • Angel Has Fallen (R)

    Armed with bombs and high-tech military devices galore, a Secret Service agent (Gerard Butler) takes viewers on a thrill ride as he fights for his reputation and his life. more...
  • Annabelle Comes Home
  • Annabelle Comes Home (R)

    The third spin-off about the cursed doll from The Conjuring horror franchise, this sequel to Annabelle: Creation (2017) takes the series inside the Connecticut home of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga) during a 24-hour period when the couple goes out of town and leaves their psychic ten-year-old daughter (Mckenna Grace, Captain Marvel) in the care of a perky and very resourceful high-schooler (Madison Iseman). more...
  • Anna (R)

    Luc Besson directed this French-made, English-language thriller about a young woman who becomes a government assassin. more...
  • ABCD (NR)

    Two Indian-American siblings living in New York City try to navigate between old-world expectations and the values of their non-Asian peers in this 1999 family drama by Krutin Patel. 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...
  • Amazing Grace
  • Amazing Grace (NR)

    Director Sydney Pollack's long-shelved film of two January 1972 gospel concerts headlined by Aretha Franklin at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts, then the cultural epicenter of Black LA, has been completed by codirector Alan Elliott following the deaths of Pollack in 2008 and Franklin ten years later. more...
  • Apollo 11
  • Apollo 11 (NR)

    Edited like a thriller—complete with music that practically bites your nails for you—this documentary about the Apollo 11 spaceflight is more potent as a record of American naiveté than as an enlightening spectacle. more...