The stunning space thriller Gravity, plus four more movies to see this weekend
Time Out New York's Film editors have your picks for the best movies playing in NYC
Four years and millions of dollars have been spent to create Gravity, the most realistic zero-G misadventure ever committed to screen. Read our review
If you’re even remotely a fan of thrash metal—or of the massive IMAX experience—Metallica: Through the Never is mandatory viewing. Read our review
Chinese filmmaker Jia Zhang-ke goes for the gut with A Touch of Sin, a visceral feature about four citizens of the People’s Republic who are pushed to extremes. Read our review
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Philadephia police dropped a bomb on MOVE headquarters in 1985; Let the Fire Burn offers a 360-degree portrait of an American miscarriage of justice. Read our review
Ever wondered about the dangers of scaling K2? The Summit, a nail-biting look at the “deadliest day in mountain-climbing history,” will fill you in. Read our review
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