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  • Ad Astra (PG-13)

    James Gray directed this science fiction drama about an astronaut (Brad Pitt) who journeys across the solar system looking for answers to his father's disappearance thirty years before. more...
  • Adam (PG-13)

    Socially isolated by Asperger’s syndrome (a variant of autism), a handsome young technology wiz (Hugh Dancy) overcomes his awkwardness to find love with the cheerful schoolteacher next door (Rose Byrne). more...
  • The Adjustment Bureau (PG-13)

    Philip K. Dick's early story "Adjustment Team" (1954) was a little paranoid masterpiece about an office drone who discovers that cosmic secret agents police the planet, minutely altering everyday events so as to keep world history on track. more...
  • Admission (PG-13)

    Tina Fey stars as a Princeton admissions screener who begins to reconsider her school's elitism when she meets a promising young applicant who may be the son she gave away for adoption; Paul Rudd provides romantic interest as the boy's teacher at a progressive school. more...
  • After (PG-13)

    Alberto Rodriguez directed this 2009 Spanish drama about three middle-aged friends who reunite for a wild night on the town. more...
  • After Tiller (PG-13)

    This wrenching documentary, profiling the four doctors who still provide third-trimester abortions in the U.S., is remarkable for being so level-headed. more...
  • The Age of Adaline
  • The Age of Adaline (PG-13)

    Blake Lively, doing her Grace Kelly impression, stars as a 21-year-old woman in the late 1920s who magically stops aging; most of the story takes place in our present day, after she meets a charming young philanthropist who just might be her soulmate. more...
  • All Is True
  • All Is True (PG-13)

    There's a bit of a nod-nod, wink-wink irony in the title of Kenneth Branagh's latest exploration of the genius of William Shakespeare. more...
  • Almost Christmas
  • Almost Christmas (PG-13)

    Holiday movies about dysfunctional families are reassuring because their batty characters make our own relatives look harmless by comparison; this seasonal comedy delivers those tidings of comfort if not always joy. more...
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