One of the best romcoms of all time, Gina Prince-Bythewood’s early aughts classic is a love story, a coming of age tale, and a sports film all in one. Two prodigious basketball players meet, fall in love, and take wildly different paths through the world of high school, college, and professional basketball.

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Come see Wes Anderson’s latest and greatest film centered on a magazine staff in a fictional French city. Anderson applies his visually playful and punchy style to a series of vignettes that include his usual cast of favorites like Bill Murray and Owen Wilson, with some new faces including Timothée Chalamet and Elisabeth Moss.

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It’s not easy being an oopsie baby in a world of genetically engineered humans. Especially if you want to go to space. Don’t miss this dark, glamorous dystopian science fiction film starring Jude Law, Uma Thurman, and Ethan Hawke. 

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This is a weird and wonderful rom-com starring Cher, a pragmatic young widow, and Nicolas Cage, a hot-tempered baker with a wooden hand. There’s a makeover, Nic Cage yelling a lot, a killer scene at the Met… you just have to come see it.

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Pittsburgh legend Gene Kelly is at his best in this quintessential 1950s musical — complete with some of the best tap numbers of all time. You’re basically going to be incapable of not leaving the theater smiling after watching this charming story of show business, classic Hollywood, and of course love. 

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The basis for La La Land — this vibrant 1960s French musical broke the norms of Broadway and opted for poignancy rather than flashy show-stopping numbers to tell the story of two star-crossed lovers in a small coastal town in France. The film was brilliantly restored by Agnes Varda in the 1990s to its signature breathtakingly colorful palette.

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Dazzling performances, twisting plotlines, eerie camera work, and a dizzying plot make Hitchcock’s film about a detective afflicted by a fear of heights and love a true noir classic. 

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