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  • C.R.A.Z.Y.

    Jean-Marc Vallee's exceptional 2005 Canadian drama traces the spiritual and psychosexual odyssey of a boy born on Christmas Day 1960 to a devout Catholic mother and a dad obsessed with Patsy Cline. more...
  • C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America

    Written and directed by Kevin Willmott, this 2004 mockumentary imagines a parallel universe in which the Confederacy triumphed, Lincoln died in exile in Canada, and the new southern nation built an agricultural empire in Central and South America that colluded with Hitler during World War II. more...
  • C.B. Hustlers

    Stu Segall directed this 1978 comedy about three women cruising the highways and "servicing" truckers in their brothel-made van. more...
  • Cab Calloway

    Short films and clips featuring the jivey swing conductor and singer between 1931 and 1951, all drawn from the jazz film collection of Bob Koester, owner of the Jazz Record Mart. more...
  • A Cab for Three

    Schizophrenic Chilean comedy (2001) about a poor cabdriver (Alejandro Trejo) who's held up by two fast-talking misfits but then joins them in a series of robberies, raking in enough money to ensconce his family in a middle-class neighborhood. more...
  • Cabaret (PG)

    Bob Fosse pretends to be doing a Brecht-Weill while actually further sentimentalizing and glamorizing Christopher Isherwood's Goodbye to Berlin—adapted by Jay Presson Allen, and apparently closer to the play I Am a Camera than to the Broadway show. more...
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  • Cabaret Balkan

    Characters move from one vignettelike scene to another, their interactions constantly threatening to become or becoming violent, in this provocatively depressing drama, which takes place during a single night in Belgrade. more...
  • Cabeza de Vaca

    Nicolas Echevarria's 1991 Mexican epic is based on the memoirs of Alvar Nuñez Cabeza de Vaca (Juan Diego), the Spanish explorer of the American southwest. more...
  • Cabin Boy

    A longtime writer for Late Night With David Letterman, Chris Elliott blew his shot at stardom with this atrocious 1994 seafaring comedy; as a young swell who joins the crew of a fishing boat called the Filthy Whore, he manages to suck the life out of every scene. more...
  • Cabin Fever

    Like The Blair Witch Project, this low-budget shocker by Eli Roth generated a substantial buzz on the festival circuit, and though its cheap scare tactics pale in comparison to the earlier film's creeping paranoia, it clearly has more on its mind than the usual trash horror flick. more...
  • Cabin in the Sky

    This all-black 1943 musical was Vincente Minnelli's first assignment as a director, and while he doesn't succeed in completely legitimizing it, evidence of his taste and talent is sprinkled throughout. more...
  • The Cabin in the Woods (R)

    Sort of a postmodern Scooby-Doo, this horror flick by Buffy the Vampire Slayer collaborators Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard cuts between a familiar story of five college kids being hunted by zombies at the title location and scenes of two snarky white-collar technicians (Richard Jenkins, Bradley Whitford) monitoring the slaughter from a NASA-type control center. more...
  • Cabiria

    Giovanni Pastrone's 1914 film is one of several early Italian epics that significantly influenced the form and flow of the feature film, then in its developmental infancy. more...
  • The Cable Guy

    This curious piece of work (1996) starring Jim Carrey and Matthew Broderick has been passed off as a comedy, and I suppose I laughed a few times during the first third or so; but it coheres only as a vaguely homoerotic nightmare patterned loosely after Fatal Attraction, with suggestive notations on TV pathology. more...