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  • Uncle Drew
  • Uncle Drew (PG-13)

    This basketball comedy originated as a series of short videos on the promotional site for Pepsi Max, and the movie was bankrolled in part by PepsiCo, so instead of referring to product placement in the story, one should probably refer to story placement alongside the product. more...
  • Upgrade (R)

    Leigh Whannell's low-budget horror feature reminds me of the goofy genre mash-ups made by Brian De Palma in the 1960s and '70s (Hi, Mom!, Phantom of the Paradise) and Takashi Miike in the 1990s and the aughts (Fudoh: The New Generation, The Happiness of the Katakuris). more...
  • Unsane
  • Unsane (R)

    A young professional (Claire Foy), looking over her shoulder in a new town, tries to join a support group for stalking victims but finds that she's checked herself into a mental clinic and can't get out; soon she begins identifying one of the orderlies (Joshua Leonard) as the man who pursued her. more...
  • The Unicorn

    A documentary about musician Peter Grudzien, who recorded the first openly gay country album. more...
  • Ulam: Main Dish

    Alexandra Cuerdo directed this documentary about the recent popularity of Filipino cuisine, focusing on several rising chefs. more...
  • Urban Tales

    Five short films about life in the city by Jarrett Woo, Katrelle N. Kindred, Adonis Williams, Jamari Perry, and DuBois Ashong. more...
  • Unrest
  • Unrest (NR)

    This documentary provides an overview of the debilitating illness myalgic encephalomyelitis (better known as chronic fatigue syndrome), charting its history, analyzing various treatment methods, and presenting portraits of people in different countries who suffer from the disease. more...