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  • Vazante
  • Vazante (NR)

    Shot in wide-screen black and white, this panoramic period drama from Brazilian filmmaker Daniela Thomas takes place in 1821 in the Diamantina Mountains, where a hardened slave trader (Adriano Carvalho) returns home from his business to discover that his pregnant wife has miscarried and died, leaving him alone with his demented old mother-in-law. more...
  • Victoria & Abdul
  • Victoria & Abdul (PG-13)

    British filmmakers have long mined their nation's history for subject matter, but with the UK's exit from the European Union looming, we can expect even more period fare as England contemplates its future by revisiting its past. more...
  • Viceroy's House (NR)

    Gurinder Chadha's Anglo-Indian historical drama tells the story of Lord Mountbatten's tenure as the final Viceroy of India and his oversight of the country's transition to independence. more...
  • The Void

    After driving an injured man to the hospital, a small-town police officer finds himself trapped inside as the building is surrounded by strange figures and the patients and staff grow increasingly violent. more...
  • Victoria
  • Victoria

    This German thriller was shot entirely in one take, and the stunt is so impressive that it often overshadows the drama. more...
  • Victor Frankenstein
  • Victor Frankenstein (PG-13)

    In this cartoonish adaptation of Frankenstein, the title character (James McAvoy) is a dandyish lout and the story unfolds from the perspective of his assistant, Igor (Daniel Radcliffe). more...
  • Viva (R)

    A young, gay hairdresser (Héctor Medina) who styles wigs for a drag troupe in a Havana nightclub starts supplementing his meager income by taking to the stage himself, but just as he's discovering the joys of performance, his long-absent father (Jorge Perugorría) is released from prison, moves in, and forbids him to go near the club. more...
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  • Vacation
  • Vacation (R)

    Rusty Griswold, the son in National Lampoon's Vacation (1983), is all grown up now, and because fate is cruel, he's turned into Ed Helms. more...
  • Very Semi-Serious
  • Very Semi-Serious

    The gold standard for single-panel cartoons, the New Yorker considers about 1,000 submissions a week but publishes only 15, which should give an idea of the cutthroat competition. more...