Gael García Bernal in No 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

Gael Garcia Bernal, the star of No

Gael Garcia Bernal, the star of No

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 hoping to sell Chile's masses on democracy. Read our review

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Once upon a time, Albert Brooks seemed a credible threat to Woody Allen in the writing-directing-whining department. Modern Romance, a 1981 comedy playing at Anthology this weekend, is Brooks' high point. Click for showtimes

Never seen a Marx Brothers movie? We don't judge. There's only love and support here—and also a tip: Their funniest film, Duck Soup, screens at Film Forum several times on Sunday. Click for showtimes

As revered as Ridley Scott's 1979 Alien is in sci-fi circles, it's still underrated by those who don't realize how thoroughly the thriller's slick, sexy look has influenced Hollywood. IFC Center shows it at midnight all weekend. Click for showtimes

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