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  • Sabata (PG-13)

    Lee Van Cleef stars in this lively 1969 spaghetti western as the title character, a black-clad crusader for justice, loosely defined. more...
  • The Salt of the Earth
  • The Salt of the Earth (PG-13)

    Schooled as an economist, Sebastião Salgados has brought to his subsequent photojournalism career a sense of the big picture, of how third-world peoples interact with their environments and how those environments are defined by global forces. more...
  • San Andreas
  • San Andreas (PG-13)

    My resistance to summer blockbusters crumbled like a collapsing skyscraper in the face of this big, loud, exuberantly destructive movie, in which a series of unprecedentedly large earthquakes erupt along the title fault line. more...
  • San Andreas 3D
  • San Andreas 3D (PG-13)

    My resistance to summer blockbusters crumbled like a collapsing skyscraper in the face of this big, loud, exuberantly destructive movie, in which a series of unprecedentedly large earthquakes erupt along the title fault line. more...
  • The School of Rock (PG-13)

    Broadly speaking, this 2003 comedy is Richard Linklater's French Cancan—that is to say, a humanist's joyful exploration of the musical in which the actors' personalities resonate as much as the characters they play. more...
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  • Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (PG-13)

    Michael Cera elevates deadpan to an art, starring as a slacker turned action hero in this wildly inventive comedy that's one of the most vivid and spirited adaptations of a comic book since Spider-Man—;and one of the hippest since Ghost World. more...
  • The Sea Inside (PG-13)

    This thoughtful, sometimes beautiful feature (2004) by Alejandro Amenabar (Thesis, Open Your Eyes, The Others) is loosely based on the true story of Spanish poet Ramon Sampedro, a quadriplegic who fought a 30-year legal battle for his right to die. more...
  • Senna (PG-13)

    Formula One racing champion Ayrton Senna, who died in a 1994 crash, is the subject of this documentary by Asif Kapadia, which is most interesting for the way its construction builds on the inherent austerity of auto racing. more...
  • A Separation (PG-13)

    A tale of two families linked by tragedy, this extraordinary drama by Iranian writer-director Asghar Farhadi (Fireworks Wednesday) is hugely compelling on a moral and emotional level, yet it also reveals in numerous small and concrete ways what it's like to live in a contemporary theocracy. more...
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  • 17 Again (PG-13)

    A washed-up former athlete on the brink of divorce (Matthew Perry) gets his wish to start over again when he's magically transformed into his teenage self (Zac Efron of High School Musical). more...
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  • 17 Again (PG-13)

    A washed-up former athlete on the brink of divorce (Matthew Perry) gets his wish to start over again when he's magically transformed into his teenage self (Zac Efron of High School Musical). more...
  • The Signal
  • The Signal (PG-13)

    Three young friends track a mysterious computer hacker to a shack in the middle of nowhere, but it turns out to be the epicenter of an alien life force and all hell breaks loose; when they wake up, they're all prisoners of a government agency that wants to monitor their biological exposure to the invader. more...