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Legendary Weapons of China
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Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return
Released: 2013
Rated: PG
Now Playing? No
In this computer-animated adventure, the heroine of The Wizard of Oz (voiced by Lea Michele) returns to the Emerald City to save her friends from a new villain. The animation style is about as bland as it gets, the songs are cloying, and the lessons for young viewers are few and far between. (J.K.)
Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return 3D
Released: 2013
Rated: PG
Now Playing? No
In this computer-animated adventure, the heroine of The Wizard of Oz (voiced by Lea Michele) returns to the Emerald City to save her friends from a new villain.
Legion
Released: 2010
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
An angel (Paul Bettany) fights God to save Earth from armageddon. Bettany gives it his all, but the film takes itself way too seriously. (M.S.)
Lemon Tree
Released: 2009
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
Reviewed this issue.
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
Released: 2004
Rated: PG
Now Playing? No
Leon Morin, Priest
Released: 1961
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
Leon the Professional
Released: 1994
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man
Released: 2005
Rated: PG-13
Now Playing? No
Les Anges du peche
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Les Carabiniers
Released: 1963
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
Les Dames du Bois de Boulogne
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Les Dites Cariatides
Released: 1982
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Les Misérables
Released: 1998
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There have been countless versions of Victor Hugo's Les Misérables.
Les Miserables
Released: 1978
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The eternal fugitive, Jean Valjean, and his eternal pursuer, the implacable Javert, in another of the eternally remade film versions of Victor Hugo's great, burning social tract of a novel - one of his fierer mixtures of poetics, polemics and grand, roaring melodrama. Not by any means the best, probably the most expensive.
Les Misérables
Released: 2012
Rated: PG-13
Now Playing? No
In this drama based on the Broadway smash, a prisoner (Hugh Jackman) breaks parole to care for the young daughter (Amanda Seyfried) of a factory worker (Anne Hathaway) as a cold-blooded policeman (Russell Crowe) tries to hunt him down. The best moments are single-take performances of the musical's most famous songs, but for the most part, this film can't match the stage production's intensity and spectacle. (S.R.)
Les Miserables in Concert: The 25th Anniversary
Released: 2010
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
Les Violons Du Bal
Released: 1974
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An autobiographical film (director-writer Michel Drach's son plays him as a boy and his wife plays his mother) about survival and flight under the Nazis, during the French Occupation. Elegant and moving.
Lesbians Who Date Men (and Other Tales from the Bisexual Kingdom)
Released: 2002
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Let It Come Down: The Life of Paul Bowles
Released: 1998
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Now Playing? No
Within the limits of a 73-minute documentary, Baichwal also does a nice job of evoking and explaining Bowles' work.
Let Me In
Released: 2010
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
This American remake, which does justice to one of the best vampire movies of all time, Sweden’s Let the Right One In, is about a young vampire (Chloë Grace Moretz) and her new best friend (Kodi Smit-McPhee). It’s a deeply moving portrait of youthful loneliness and peer brutality. (M.S.)
Let the Fire Burn
Released: 2013
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
Let the Right One In
Released: 2008
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
Romance of a sort blossoms between a 12-year-old Stockholm boy and the strange young girl next door in what could be cheaply summarized as a vampire tween romance. This is a complex examination of what it means to be a young outsider, and its bracing honesty in these matters is on par with Gus Van Sant and Larry Clark. (M.S.)
Let There Be Light
Released: 1946
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A harrowing little documentary about Army psychiatrists treating a group of battle-scarred W.W.II veterans. The movie is shot from the psychiatrist's point of view, but it still became the center of one of the more ridiculous pieces of government censorship on record when the U.S. War Department, for whom it was made, mysteriously shelved it for over three decades. No reason was ever given for the censorship, which seems almost insane, since the movie endorses every official action of the Army. But Let There Be Light does show that the experience of war often diminishes, cripples and nearly destroys the humans subjected to it. Perhaps, in some general's eyes, that was subversion enough.
Let's Be Cops
Released: 2014
Rated: R
Now Playing? Yes
A pair of friends (Jake Johnson, Damon Wayans Jr.) get pulled into an underworld of mobsters when they dress up as police officers for a costume party. The leads have chemistry, but the plot is stale and predictable. (W.G.)
Let's Dance
Released: 1950
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Fred saves another one.
Let's Go To Prison
Released: 2006
Rated: R
Now Playing? No
In this comedy, a felon gets revenge on the judge who sent him to jail when the judge's son becomes his cellmate. It's sporadically amusing but often a flat-out bore. (M.S.)
Let's Join Pancho Villa
Released: 1936
Rated: NR
Now Playing? No
Let's Make Love
Released: 1960
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Now Playing? No
Monroe as another chanteuse, gobbling up another millionaire - although, this time, the fireworks between her and co-star Yves Montand were not confined to the sound stage. Somewhat of a left-handed job, considering all the talent; George Cukor has remarked : "There's been a lot of nonsense written about poor Marilyn, but, truth to tell, I think she was quite mad..."
Let's Spend The Night Together
Released: 1982
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And to think we all thought they were going to O.D. or succumb to venereal disease over a decade ago! The apparently immortal Rolling Stones (than whom no one has rocked harder or longer) start it up once more, this time for director Hal Ashby (Harold and Maude, Shampoo) and three brilliant cinematographers. A model rock documentary, with Keith Richards emerging, rather surprisingly, as the Stone with the raunchiest onstage charisma. But after Gimme Shelter, it probably wasn't apocalyptic enough to give the fans satisfaction.
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