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  • Jojo Rabbit (PG-13)

    During WWII, a young German boy drawn to the nationalist fervor (and who has Adolph Hitler as his imaginary friend) finds out that his mother is hiding a Jewish girl. more...
  • Jay and Silent Bob Reboot (NR)

    In this reworking of director Kevin Smith's 2001 film Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, the titular characters (Smith and Jason Mewes) must once again try to stop a film based on them. more...
  • John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum
  • John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum (R)

    Superior exercises in action-movie formalism, the John Wick movies evoke everything from Fritz Lang’s silent thrillers (in their imagining of vast, underground criminal networks) to Gene Kelly’s musicals (in their inventive and breathless fight choreography) to Brian De Palma’s self-aware genre pastiches (in their allusions to high art and the way they veer close to parody). more...
  • Jay Myself (NR)

    The engrossing subject of this documentary, 88-year-old photographer and artist Jay Maisel, is a passionate collector with a special fondness for everyday objects. more...
  • Just Getting Started
  • Just Getting Started (PG-13)

    The kindest thing one can say about this flaccid comedy, the latest in a string about rambunctious geezers, is that a bucket list doesn't figure into it. more...
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  • Jigsaw (R)

    Michael and Peter Spierig directed this horror-crime hybrid about the villain from the long-running Saw franchise. more...
  • Jane
  • Jane (PG)

    Growing up in Bournemouth, England, in the 1940s, Jane Goodall would dream that she was a man. "Probably because of the time," she tells Brett Morgen in Jane. more...
  • The Journey (PG-13)

    Nick Hamm's historical fantasy is based on a real-life incident that took place near the end of the decades-long civil conflict between Catholic nationalists and Protestant unionists in Northern Ireland. more...
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  • Justice League 3D
  • Justice League 3D (PG-13)

    Superman is dead and winged creeps from Krypton are invading earth, so Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck, looking less hungover than in the preceding Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice) assembles a rapid-response team of superpowered combatants: Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), and the Flash (an adenoidal Ezra Miller). more...