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Academy Award-Nominated Short Films 2004 (2005, 100 min., NR)

A program of eight short films nominated for live-action and animated Academy Awards in 2004.

Academy Award-Nominated Shorts 2002 (2002, NR)

As that sublime spectacle the Academy Awards lumbers along each year, you have to pick and choose your bathroom breaks -- you don't want to be caught with your pants down when some packed-in starlet pops ...

Academy Award-Nominated Shorts 2003 (2003, NR)

This compilation features seven shorts nominated for Academy Awards in the past year: "Inja" by Steve Pasvolsky, "The Cathedral" by Tomek Baginski, "I’ll Wait for the Next One …" by Philippe Orreindy, "Fait d'Hiver" by Dirk ...

Accepted (2006, 92 min., PG-13)

Accepted asserts that a college run by students might be better than its institutional alternative, but who wants education advice from the creators of such a witless, uninspired excuse for a college comedy?

The Accompanist (1992, 102 min., PG)

Set during the winter of 1942-43 in German-occupied Paris and wartime London, this French movie tells the story of the accompanists of the world, the people who are supporting players in other people's lives and never ...

The Accountant (2016, 128 min., R)

Math, mayhem, and murder abound in this somewhat confusing thriller

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994, 86 min., PG-13)

Finding yourself starved for some old Jerry Lewis-style clowning? Your response to that question will probably color your reaction to Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. Jim Carrey (the white guy on In Living Color) mugs his way ...

Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (1995, 91 min., PG-13)

When speaking critically about any of Jim Carrey's films, there's only one burning question that really needs to be asked: "Is it funny?" Keeping this in mind, let's cut right to the chase. If you liked ...

Aces: Iron Eagle III (1992, 98 min., R)

It's been years since I've come across a film with a script this poor. It's almost as if screenwriter Kevin Elders had set out to consolidate every single action film cliché into one gorgeously awful smorgasbord ...

The Acid House (1999, 112 min., NR)

Call it Trainspotting 2, if you must, just don't confuse this trio of short films adapted from Scottish novelist Irvine Welsh's collection of the same name with Danny Boyle's groundbreaking Welsh-adapted tale of junkies down and ...

Across the Universe (2007, 133 min., PG-13)

Julie Taymor takes the timelessness of the Beatles' music and yanks it earthward into a minefield of literalism.

The Act of Killing (2013, 122 min., NR)

In this disturbing documentary, former Indonesian death-squad leaders boastfully reenact their real-life mass killings with touches inspired by their favorite movies.

Act of Valor (2012, 110 min., R)

Navy SEALs conduct a rescue mission in this film that employed actual soldiers and their experiences in its making.

Actress (1992, 167 min.)

At 154 minutes, this expansive Chinese film version of the life of actress Ruan Ling-yu -- China's answer to Greta Garbo and one of that country's most highly regarded silent film stars -- is an occasionally ...

Adam (2009, 99 min., PG-13)

Hugh Dancy and Rose Byrne co-star in this love story about a guy with Asperger's Syndrome and the girl who lives next door.

Adam & Steve (2006, 99 min., NR)

It’s an honest, refreshing comedy about love – gay, straight, or both – and is a date movie for all occasions and persuasions.

Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights (2002, 70 min., PG-13)

Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights seems to be fashioned around the idea of making fun of as many body parts as possible -- no matter where their location. Thus, in addition to the fart and boob ...

Adam's Apples (2005, 94 min., R)

Pitting a skinhead against a priest, this Danish comedy, like most of that country's dramas, is dark, dark, dark.

Adam's Rib (1990, 79 min., NR)

Not to be confused with the 1949 Tracy-Hepburn battle of the sexes comedy of the same title, Krishtofovich's film is instead an engaging domestic drama woven as a rich tapestry of shifting moods and compelling performances. ...

Adaptation. (2002, 114 min., R)

Adaptation. is a profound natural process by which living things unconsciously mutate over time in order to achieve greater concordance with their surroundings. Adaptation can also be a prosaic mechanical process though which a pre-existing thing ...

Addams Family Values (1993, 94 min., PG)

Uncle Fester finds love.

The Addams Family (1991, 102 min., PG-13)

It took decades to finally bring a worthy film version of Charles Addams' eerie cartoon family to the screen, but here it is. First-time director Sonnenfeld (previously the director of photography on such films as Misery, ...

Addicted (2014, 105 min., R)

This erotic thriller is based on the best-selling novel by Zane.

Addicted to Fresno (2015, 85 min., R)

Natasha Lyonne and Judy Greer co-star as sisters in off-color comedy

Addicted to Love (1997, 101 min., R)

When lovesick small-town astronomer Sam (Broderick) loses his one true love Linda (Preston) to the thrall of the big city, he packs up his things and goes in search of her, sure in his heart that ...

The Addiction (1995, 98 min., R)

The movies of Abel Ferrara (Ms. 45, King of New York, Bad Lieutenant) are not meant to go down easily, and The Addiction is surely his most uncompromising effort yet. Shot for a small budget in ...

The Adjuster (1991, 102 min., R)

Noah Render (Koteas) spends his days, his nights, and every waking hour in between, working as a claims adjuster for his insurance firm. To his clients -- displaced people whose lives have been turned inside out ...

The Adjustment Bureau (2011, 99 min., PG-13)

Based on a Philip K. Dick story, this multilayered romantic thriller stars Matt Damon and Emily Blunt.

Admission (2013, 117 min., PG-13)

Tina Fey and Paul Rudd go rom-drahm, while Lily Tomlin runs circles around everyone.

Adoration (2008, 100 min., R)

Atom Egoyan returns ambitiously to form with this probing, if not always successful, drama that reveals his ongoing fascination with the subjective nature of truth.

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