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Civil War

A journey across a dystopian future America, following a team of military-embedded journalists as they race against time to reach DC before rebel factions descend upon the White House. more »


Housekeeping for Beginners

Despite never aspiring to be a mother, Dita finds herself compelled to raise her girlfriend's two daughters. As their individual wills clash, a heartwarming story unfolds about an unlikely family's struggle to stay together. more »


One Life

The story of Sir Nicholas 'Nicky' Winton, a young London broker who, in the months leading up to World War II, rescued Jewish children from the Nazis. more »


Wicked Little Letters

When people in Littlehampton--including conservative local Edith--begin to receive letters full of hilarious profanities, rowdy Irish migrant Rose is charged with the crime. Suspecting that something is amiss, the town's women investigate. more »



"....Watching ‘Eraserhead’ today, what emerges is the sheer, immersive clarity of David Lynch’s vision, the sense of a world unlike our own and yet inextricably bound to it: a world in which all the light has been sucked out, leaving only horror and isolation, desperation and unattainable dreams. Knowing the struggles Lynch an more »


Sasquatch Sunset

A year in the life of a unique family. It captures the daily life of the Sasquatch with a level of detail and rigor that is simply unforgettable. more »


Spy x Family Code: White (DUB)

After receiving an order to be replaced in Operation Strix, Loid decides to help Anya win a cooking competition at Eden Academy, by making the director's favorite meal in order to prevent his replacement. more »


Spy x Family Code: White (SUB)

After receiving an order to be replaced in Operation Strix, Loid decides to help Anya win a cooking competition at Eden Academy, by making the director's favorite meal in order to prevent his replacement. more »


The Beast

The plot is set partly in a near future in which artificial intelligence is in control of everyone's lives and human emotions are perceived as a threat. more »


Lady Killer (Gueule D’Amour)

The first collaboration between filmmaker Jean Grémillon and legendary actor Jean Gabin, this adaptation of a novel by André Boucler features the young Gabin as a Casanova of the French Foreign Legion– the “lady killer” Lucien Bourrache – who meets his match in the mysterious seductress Madeleine (Mireille Balin).   more »


The Metropolitan Opera: La Rondine

Puccini’s bittersweet love story makes a rare Met appearance, with soprano Angel Blue starring as the French courtesan Magda, opposite tenor Jonathan Tetelman in his highly anticipated company debut as Ruggero, an idealistic young man who offers her an alternative to her life of excess. more »



Common Ground is the highly anticipated sequel to the juggernaut success documentary, Kiss the Ground, which touched over 1 billion people globally and inspired the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to put $20 billion toward soil health. By fusing journalistic exposé with deeply personal stories from those on the fr more »



Tashi, a former tennis prodigy turned coach is married to a champion on a losing streak. Her strategy for her husband's redemption takes a surprising turn when he must face off against his former best friend and Tashi's former boyfriend. more »


Scott Pilgrim vs the World

"...Whether you like or just admire ‘Scott Pilgrim’ will probably rest with how you feel about Scott, as played by Hollywood’s favourite nerd, Michael Cera. Scott is the 22-year-old jobless bass player in a garage band called Sex Bob-omb and is the kind of role that Cera regularly plays. But he’s also likeable, adorable at times more »


The Leopard

"Cut, dubbed, and printed in an inferior color process, the U.S. release of Luchino Visconti’s epic didn’t leave much of an impression in 1963; 20 years later, a restoration of the much longer Italian version revealed this as not only Visconti’s greatest film but a work that transcends its creator, achieving a sensitivity and in more »


The Watermelon Woman

"A witty exploration of black American culture, past and present. Shooting in breezy, boppy fashion, Dunye soon has two narratives on the go: her quest for the 'truth' behind 'the Watermelon Woman', a beautiful, undocumented '30s film actress forever cast as a 'black mammy', and her own life working in a video store, bickering w more »



"Despite a silly cop-out ending (imposed by RKO), a gripping domestic thriller with Fontaine suitably nervy as the prim young woman who marries Grant, only to come increasingly to suspect that he intends to murder her. Marred by a blatantly artificial English countryside and by a somewhat clichéd story, it's nevertheless a supre more »


Evil Does Not Exist

Takumi and his daughter Hana live in Mizubiki Village, close to Tokyo. One day, the village inhabitants become aware of a plan to build a camping site near Takumi's house offering city residents a comfortable "escape" to nature. more »


Raising Arizona

The superbly labyrinthine plotting of Blood Simple must have been a hard act to follow; praise be, then, to the Brothers Coen for confounding all expectations with this fervently inventive comedy. Sublimely incompetent convenience-store robber Hi McDonnough (Cage, at his best yet) seems doomed to return repeatedly to the same pe more »


Peeping Tom

"Michael Powell’s suppressed masterpiece, made in 1960 but sparsely shown in the U.S. with its ferocity and compassion intact. The German actor Carl Boehm plays a shy, sensitive British boy (Powell doesn’t try to cover his accent, which is typical of the film’s deliberate sacrifice of realism for effect) who loves movies with al more »


The Metropolitan Opera: Madama Butterfly

The title character of Madama Butterfly—a young Japanese geisha who clings to the belief that her arrangement with a visiting American naval officer is a loving and permanent marriage—is one of the defining roles in opera. more »


Back to Black

The life and music of Amy Winehouse, through the journey of adolescence to adulthood and the creation of one of the best-selling albums of our time. more »



"When cleancut med student Dan Cain (Abbott) advertises for a roommate, little does he suspect how spectacularly his life - and the laws of creation - are about to be turned upside down. He soon wishes he'd heeded the caution of girlfriend Megan (Crampton), who can obviously spot a crazed re-animator when she sees one. In no tim more »



Andrei Tarkovsky’s first film made outside the Soviet Union led not to a burst of freedom but a consolidation of themes and stylistic tics: dreams, mystic attempts at saving the world, standing and trickling water, et al. But the director remained one of the foremost poets of the screen, and several sequences astound with their more »


Starship Troopers

"Four friends just out of high school join the military: Denise Richards wants to pilot enormous spaceships, Casper Van Dien wants to be near her, Dina Meyer wants to be near him, and Neil Patrick Harris wants to pit his brain power against that of giant enemy insects—if they have brains. The plot of this 1997 feature may sound more »



"...The first Italian feature ever to be shot entirely in the US. Premiered at the Venice Film Festival before almost completely disappearing from view for 60 years, Smog tells the Didionesque story of an Italian lawyer’s accidental layover in LA, where his encounters with the flora and fauna of the sprawling and futuristic, sun more »


After Hours

Once upon a time, there were these princelings called yuppies, and if they lived in Manhattan, they didn’t really go below 14th Street because it was Different. You see, Soho wasn’t a ritzy mall back then. Also, there were no cell phones or ATMs. Return to that magical time with Martin Scorsese’s nightmare comedy, which features more »


The Pianist

Compared to some of Roman Polanski’s true masterworks, The Pianist is unflashy, almost workmanlike in its filmmaking. The better to bear witness, perhaps, to the incredible true story of Wƚadysƚaw Szpilman (Adrien Brody), a Polish Jew during World War II who survived the Nazi invasion, the liquidation of the ghetto, and the fina more »


My National Gallery, London

The National Gallery of London is one of the world’s greatest art galleries. It is full of masterpieces, an endless resource of history, an endless source of stories. But whose stories are told? Which art has the most impact and on whom? The power of great art lies in its ability to communicate with anyone, no matter their art h more »


Yakuza Graveyard

Kinji Fukasaku is known in the West, if at all, as the director of Battle Royale or the Battles Without Honor or Humanity films, but this is the real humdinger. The plot involves a disillusioned cop (Tetsuya Watari) who gets sucked into the orbit of a yakuza gang, but the plot matters far less than the downwardly mobile vibes an more »


I Heard It Through The Grapevine with James Baldwin

Little more than a decade after he served as the literary clarion for the civil rights movement, writer James Baldwin revisits some of the sites of its critical moments and finds that not nearly enough has changed. This powerful and long-obscure documentary from Dick Fontaine and Pat Hartley speaks to the current moment as much more »


Menus-Plaisirs — Les Troisgros

Documentary master Frederick Wiseman turns his unblinking eye on 21st-century fine dining in a fashion that fascinates, tantalizes, and occasionally appalls. His camera follows the Troisgros family as they shop, plan, prep, cook, and oversee service at their three restaurants in rural France (including one with three Michelin st more »


Vanishing Point

Pop existentialism at its most ‘70s, and the film that parked the Dodge Charger in the cinematic pantheon. Barry Newman powers a pill-popping gear-jammer who spends the entire film in flight from the law and his past (doled out in flashbacks) as he hurtles toward an inevitable fate. Journeyman director Richard Sarafian lensed th more »


Pickup on South Street

Samuel Fuller pummels the screen with his two-fisted filmmaking style, this time applied to a crafty noir that pits wily pickpocket Richard Widmark against the feds and the reds after he lifts some atomic secrets off an unwitting moll played by Jean Peters. Almost worth seeing just for the great character actor Thelma Ritter as more »



The next time someone trots out the canard about using narration as a sign of weak filmmaking skills, throw Terence Malick’s debut back in their face. Forget the writer/director's nascent visual style. It’s the pitch-perfect narration that Malick puts in the voice of Sissy Spacek’s smalltown teen that imbues this retelling of a more »


Osamu Tezuka’s Metropolis

This Japanese anime isn't merely a cartoon version of Fritz Lang's 1927 vision, with a screenplay by Katsuhiro Otomo (Akira, Roujin Z), it's actually adapted from the 1949 work of groundbreaking illustrator Osamu Tezuka. In Tezuka's dystopia, technology is both more »


The Peasants

Jagna is a young woman determined to forge her own path in a late 19th century Polish village - a hotbed of gossip and on-going feuds, held together, rich and poor, by adherence to colorful traditions and deep-rooted patriarchy. more »