King Kong and four more movies to see this weekend

Time Out New York's Film editors have your picks for the best movies playing in NYC

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New York movies: King Kong (1933)

New York movies: King Kong (1933)


Fine, Film Forum: Go ahead and call your series "Film Forum Jr.," but last we checked, the original 1933 version of King Kong works on adults magnificently: a psychosexual meltdown of impressive heat. Click for Sunday showtimes

If you've never seen an experimental film, Leviathan is the place to start. Take the plunge with this gorgeous, atmospheric documentary shot on a Massachusetts fishing boat—and sometimes underwater. Read our review

A Congolese child soldier suffers from moral crises (and visions of dead people) in War Witch, a gripping Oscar-nominated drama. Read our review

Diagnosed with a terminal illness, a man revisits his past in the impressive docu-realist feature Welcome to Pine Hill. Read our review

In an unusually rich season for political movies—Lincoln, Zero Dark Thirty, Argo—comes another one, maybe the best of the bunch. No is about a high-powered ad man trying to sell Chile's masses on democracy. Read our review

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