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  • Nobody's Fool
  • Nobody's Fool (R)

    Tyler Perry does for Tiffany Haddish what Irving Thalberg did for the Marx Brothers: he gives her a vehicle for her prodigious comic talent, then weighs it down with unfunny supporting performers and an unnecessary melodramatic subplot. more...
  • The Nun (R)

    A horror film about a priest and a novice investigating a death in Romania discover that one of the nuns has been possessed by an evil force. more...
  • Nico, 1988
  • Nico, 1988 (R)

    ico, the German ice goddess Andy Warhol paired with the Velvet Underground in 1967, nursed a heavy heroin addiction during the 70s and 80s, and this depressing biopic about her last two years finds the stoned singer grinding out club shows across Europe with a backup band of near amateurs. more...
  • Nostalgia
  • Nostalgia (R)

    Screenwriter Alex Ross Perry (The Color Wheel, Queen of Earth) keeps his acidic wit in check for this ensemble drama about love, loss, and people's connection to objects. more...
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  • The Nightingale
  • The Nightingale (R)

    Jennifer Kent’s second feature (after The Babadook) is a postmodern critique of British colonialism that considers the chauvinism as well as the racism of the colonial project. more...
  • Non-Fiction (R)

    Like Jean-Luc Godard, Olivier Assayas often uses cinema to interrogate the zeitgeist; here, he employs a romantic roundelay narrative to contemplate the future of written communication and the Internet's strong hold on many people's lives. more...
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  • Never Look Away (R)

    Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck directed this German historical drama loosely based on painter Gerhard Richter's early years in post-World War II East Germany. more...
  • Novitiate
  • Novitiate (R)

    Early in this drama about cloistered life, a nun declares, "There can be no love without sacrifice," her words presaging the self-abnegation to follow for novices in a strict Roman Catholic order, circa 1964. more...
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  • Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising
  • Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (R)

    Seth Rogen (stunt cast as a grown-up) and Rose Byrne (stunt cast in a comedy) reprise their roles from Neighbors (2014) as parents clashing with the hard-partying college kids next door. more...
  • Nocturnal Animals
  • Nocturnal Animals (R)

    Tom Ford's follow-up to his writing and directing debut A Single Man (2009) is a bitter pill of a movie about a saturnine Los Angeles art gallery owner (Amy Adams) who receives a novel manuscript written by her estranged ex-husband (Jake Gyllenhaal) that serves as a violent metaphor for the end of their relationship. more...
  • The Nice Guys
  • The Nice Guys (R)

    This comedy noir by Shane Black (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang) opens with a spectacular—and spectacularly tasteless—sequence in which a boy admires the centerfold model in a porn magazine just before a car crashes straight through his house and expels the body of the very model he's been ogling, which comes to rest in the same boob-baring pose. more...
  • The Neon Demon
  • The Neon Demon (R)

    An innocent teenager (Elle Fanning) arrives in Los Angeles in search of a modeling career and, blessed with that indefinable something, quickly rises to the top; this alienates and then angers her blond, lissome competitors, who are a bunch of vampires. more...