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  • Cars 2 (G)

    A rare dud from Pixar, Cars (2006) turned out to be the end of the road, more or less, for both Paul Newman and George Carlin. more...
  • Cave of Forgotten Dreams (G)

    The latest "ain't earth weird?" documentary from Werner Herzog focuses on the Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc Cave in southern France, where the oldest known cave paintings offer clues to what humans were like 32,000 years ago. more...
  • Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D (G)

    The latest "ain't earth weird?" documentary from Werner Herzog focuses on the Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc Cave in southern France, where the oldest known cave paintings offer clues to what humans were like 32,000 years ago. more...
  • Charlotte's Web (G)

    The E.B. White classic about a young pig who fears the frying pan and a spider who spins promotional billboards to save him was first adapted to the screen in 1973, as a bad Hanna-Barbera animation with such sterling voice talents as Agnes Moorehead, Henry Gibson, Pamelyn Ferdin, and Paul Lynde as Templeton the rat. more...
  • Carnival Magic (G)

    In this 1981 feature by Al Adamson, a magician and his chimpanzee become the stars of the carnival, which prompts a jealous animal trainer to kidnap the chimp and sell him for medical experimentation. more...
  • The Chaplin Revue (G)

    A 1958 feature compiled from three vintage Chaplin shorts: A Dog's Life (1918), Shoulder Arms (1918), and The Pilgrim (1923). more...
  • The Conqueror (G)

    John Wayne stars as Genghis Khan in this legendary turkey (1956), produced by Howard Hughes and directed by Dick Powell in color and CinemaScope. more...
  • Charlotte's Web (G)

    E.B. White's parable on life, friendship, gullibility, and prejudice, served up by Hanna-Barbera/Sagittarius Productions as a syrupy cartoon feature (1973). more...
  • The Cat Returns (G)

    Studio Ghibli, the Japanese animation company cofounded by Hayao Miyazaki, released this 2002 fantasy by veteran cel animator Hiroyuki Morita, and though it may seem minor compared to Miyazaki's Princess Mononoke (1997) or Spirited Away (2001), its fictional world is fully and imaginatively realized. more...