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  • Yesterday
  • Yesterday (PG-13)

    Director Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire) and screenwriter Richard Curtis (Love Actually) have divergent cinematic sensibilities, but they meld well enough in this bittersweet, slightly wacky musical fantasy rom-com about an alternative universe where the Beatles never existed. more...
  • Youth (NR)

    Xiaogang Feng's film focuses on the personal dramas of several members of a cultural arts troupe in 1970s China. more...
  • The Young Messiah (PG-13)

    Based on the novel, Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt, this Cyrus Nowrasteh-directed biblical drama revolves around an interpretation of a young Jesus trying to discover the truth about his life after returning to Nazareth from Egypt. more...
  • The Young Offenders

    Peter Foott directed this Irish comedy about two hapless young men riding stolen bikes to the sea to search for a bale of shipwrecked cocaine. more...
  • The Yes Men Are Revolting
  • The Yes Men Are Revolting (NR)

    Hoping to draw attention to environmental causes, movie pranksters Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno, aka the Yes Men, stage several elaborate hoaxes for this third documentary feature. more...
  • Youth
  • Youth (R)

    Do film directors really walk around peering at the world through the frame of their joined hands? more...
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  • Yves Saint Laurent (R)

    This glitzy biopic of the renowned French fashion designer doesn't offer much insight into its subject or milieu (European haute couture from the late 50s to the early 80s), but if you're looking to see lots of attractive people model his clothes, you won't be disappointed. more...
  • You're Next (R)

    Adam Wingard directed this horror slasher about a dysfunctional family whose weekend getaway turns into a nightmare when a gang of murderers invades their secluded vacation home. more...
  • Yossi (NR)

    Israeli director Eytan Fox depicts modern gay life and contemporary Tel Aviv with sympathy and knowing insight, and he excels at creating casual rapport among actors; yet in film after film he undermines these gifts with hamfisted melodramatic plotting and unconvincing shifts in tone. more...
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  • Your Highness (R)

    Unwatchable—and, thanks to its high-decibel action sequences, barely listenable—this misbegotten medieval fantasy/stoner comedy marks a new low for David Gordon Green, once ranked among the most promising young filmmakers in America (George Washington, All the Real Girls). more...
  • You Again (PG)

    Bitchy cheerleaders and swimming pool catfights are just two of the tedious cliches propping up this brittle comedy about the undying hatred between former high school classmates. more...