James Gartner directs. Wayne Wang directs. Life and Debt -- Stephanie Black's documentary about the Jamaican economy. Sunday only at Real Art Ways. Directed by Daniel Geller and Dayna Goldfine. At Real Art Ways. Bluff Master not reviewed -- Rohan Sippy directs this Bollywood story about a con man redeemed by his true love for a nice woman. At Showcase East Hartford. Based on the short story by E. Annie Proulx.
Adam Shankman directs. Diane Keaton leads the cast. Dean Parisot directs. Directed by Claude Nuridsany and Marie Perennou. In French with subtitles. Nicholaus Goossen directs a movie that is as aimless and pointless as a joke told while stoned. Eli Roth directs this relentlessly graphic, truly disturbing slasher film.
Rated PG Mujhse Dosti Karoge! When the guy starts messaging his sweetie on the Internet, the other girl responds, and love blooms. Kunal Kohli directs. In English. Susan Stroman directs. Barry W. Blaustein directs a touching, somewhat funny film. Rumor Has It Gidi Dar directs. Gruesome, but at times entertaining. Greg McLean directs. Bennett Miller directs. Directed by Mark Dindal. Lewis' classic tale of an enchanted land makes it to the big screen with its biblical allegory subtextual but intact, and that will be enough for a lot of people.
Andrew Adamson directs. Mike Newell directs. Joe Wright directs. He has fashioned a lovely, almost too-sweet vision of a group of bohemians measuring their young lives as they struggle to find themselves. If you can stand the crudeness and the strafing of all things sacrosanct, you'll laugh hysterically. Liam Lynch directs. Stephen Gaghan directs a film that is fearless and ambitious, made with equal parts passion and calculation. James Mangold directs. The film is good all around, but not great.
Central Station -- Fernanda Montenegro is superb in an Oscar-nominated performance as a crusty old woman who befriends a boy at a train station. Walter Salles directs this film. Saturday only, 1 p. In Portuguese with subtitles. Sunday only, 11 a. Criterion Cinemas in New Haven. At Cinestudio. Starts Sunday. Raiders of the Lost Ark -- Harrison Ford and a bunch of snakes star in Steven Spielberg's classic adventure yarn. At Criterion Cinemas in New Haven. Friday and Saturday only, p. Film Rating System. Cory Edwards and Todd Edwards direct.
Revivals Central Station -- Fernanda Montenegro is superb in an Oscar-nominated performance as a crusty old woman who befriends a boy at a train station.