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  • Pacific Rim (PG-13)

    Another marathon of cacophony and cliché, this Warner Bros. release updates Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla with its tale of earth being continuously attacked by giant sea monsters and defended only by giant, human-controlled robots that excel in hand-to-hand combat. more...
  • Pacific Rim 3D (PG-13)

    Another marathon of cacophony and cliché, this Warner Bros. release updates Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla with its tale of earth being continuously attacked by giant sea monsters and defended only by giant, human-controlled robots that excel in hand-to-hand combat. more...
  • Pacific Rim: An IMAX 3D Experience (PG-13)

    Another marathon of cacophony and cliché, this Warner Bros. release updates Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla with its tale of earth being continuously attacked by giant sea monsters and defended only by giant, human-controlled robots that excel in hand-to-hand combat. more...
  • Paper Heart (PG-13)

    Los Angeles stand-up Charlyne Yi, best known as one of the stoned couch potatoes in Knocked Up, wrote and stars in this unbearably twee mockumentary about the meaning of love. more...
  • Paper Towns (PG-13)

    This ambitious teenpic begins in the vein of Ferris Bueller's Day Off, as a rebellious high school senior (Cara Delevingne) recruits the shy boy next door (Nat Wolff) to join her in a night of mischief around suburban Orlando. more...
  • Paradise (PG-13)

    For the record, Paradise is a town in Michigan where a young married couple whose child has died take in a little boy, who helps them to get over their grief. more...
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  • Paradise Now (PG-13)

    Netherlands-based filmmaker Hany Abu-Assad has done entertaining (Rana's Wedding) as well as interesting (Ford Transit) work, focusing on the traversing of checkpoints and loyalties by Palestinians and Israelis. more...
  • Paranoia (PG-13)

    Eager young product designers lose their jobs at a New York high-tech firm after angering their ruthless boss (Gary Oldman), who then muscles their cash-strapped team leader (Liam Hemsworth) into serving as his corporate spy. more...
  • Paris 36 (PG-13)

    During the Great Depression, the fractious residents of a Parisian neighborhood unite to revive their local music hall; meanwhile the manager (Gerard Jugnot) struggles to regain custody of his son, the owner (Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu) vies with a labor organizer (Clovis Cornillac) for the affections of a charming new singer (Nora Arnezeder), and a two-bit comedian (Kad Merad) develops a gratifying new sideline speaking at anti-Semitic rallies. more...
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  • Passengers (PG-13)

    This clunky sci-fi romance from director Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game) is clearly a metaphor for how life’s uncertainties and the fear of dying alone can breed a selfish and possessive kind of love—the main characters not only actualize it but repeatedly articulate it, as if the audience were too dumb to figure it out. more...