The provocative Blue Is the Warmest Color, 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

Blue Is the Warmest Color

Blue Is the Warmest Color

Two French women, a punky artist and a student (destined to become a muse), conduct a passionate, multiyear affair in the bittersweet Blue Is the Warmest Color. Read our review

Werner Herzog’s trance-like Nosferatu the Vampyre—presented in its original German cut—features an inimitably creepy Klaus Kinski as the iconic bloodsucker. Read our review

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Claire Denis returns with Bastards, a chilly yet engaging tale of underground perversion, familial strife, moral free falls and revenge. Read our review

A stain on our national history is rendered in an unforgiving way in director Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave, from an enslaved Northerner’s memoir. Read our review

Never better, Robert Redford silently commits himself to surviving a broken boat in J.C. Chandor’s riveting All Is Lost, set on the choppy high seas. Read our review

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