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  • Colossal
  • Colossal (R)

    Writer-director Nacho Vigalondo, best known for his Spanish sci-fi thriller Timecrimes (2007), makes his U.S. debut with this knotty, high-concept fantasy about a hard-drinking New Yorker (Anne Hathaway) who gets fired from her job and kicked out by her boyfriend, returns to her hometown to pull herself together, and discovers one night that she's the animating force behind a giant monster periodically attacking Seoul, South Korea. more...
  • Chuck
  • Chuck (R)

    A real-life model for Rocky Balboa, Chuck Wepner went almost 15 rounds with Muhammad Ali in 1975, though as this hearty biopic asserts, Wepner wasn't exactly the honorable underdog Sylvester Stallone wrote and played in Rocky: he cheated on his wife, neglected his daughter, and slid into the 70s cocaine culture as his career fizzled out. more...
  • The Comedian
  • The Comedian (R)

    A grouchy old stand-up comic (Robert De Niro), still living off the fumes of his 80s sitcom, assaults an audience member during a show and becomes the star of a viral video. more...
  • A Cure for Wellness
  • A Cure for Wellness (R)

    Director Gore Verbinski (The Ring, the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise) spins a gothic horror tale in the vein of Rosemary's Baby, though his movie seems to last forever and, when it finally ends, leaves a sour aftertaste of overproduced, overblown schlock. more...
  • Certain Women (R)

    Indie filmmaker Kelly Reichardt has made a career out of the saying "Wherever you go, there you are." more...
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  • Captain Fantastic (R)

    This odd duck by writer-director Matt Ross plays like a survivalist's remake of The Seven Little Foys (1955), that old Bob Hope movie about a widowed vaudevillian struggling to care for his brood of wacky, free-spirited children. more...
  • Compadres (R)

    A former cop released from prison seeks the help of a young hacker in order to get revenge on the man who framed him. more...
  • City of Gold (R)

    This Laura Gabbert-directed documentary follows Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic Jonathan Gold as he explores the culinary culture of Los Angeles. more...
  • Criminal (R)

    Early in this slam-bang techno thriller, London-based CIA operative Ryan Reynolds is killed before he can reveal the location of hacker Michael Pitt, who can access American weaponry anywhere. more...
  • The Conjuring 2 (R)

    Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson, two fine actors whose careers have been going nowhere fast, return in this sequel to the 2013 shocker. more...
  • Complete Unknown
  • Complete Unknown (R)

    Happy Birthday Tony reads the botched cake served by Tom and Ramina to their dinner guests, and in a moment of frustration Tom (Michael Shannon) chops off the end of the cursive lettering to leave his own name. more...
  • Cezanne et Moi
  • Cezanne et Moi (R)

    The lifelong friendship between painter Paul Cézanne and novelist Emile Zola gets a sensitive but occasionally soapy treatment from French writer-director Danièle Thompson (Jet Lag). more...
  • Carol (R)

    Todd Haynes's Far From Heaven (2002) slayed critics with its provocative presentation of modern racial and sexual issues through the lens of a high-Hollywood 50s melodrama. more...
  • Crimson Peak
  • Crimson Peak (R)

    After two fanboy feasts (Hellboy II and Pacific Rim), Guillermo del Toro returns to the arty, gothic vibe of his beloved Pan's Labyrinth (2006), and while this isn't as haunting, it's definitely more haunted. more...