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  • Safe (R)

    Through a string of plot developments too convoluted to recount here, former cop Jason Statham takes a brainy Chinese girl under his wing and goes on the run from Russian gangsters, Chinese gangsters, and his estranged buddies in the NYPD. more...
  • Safe Haven (PG-13)

    As often as Lasse Hallström has directed melodrama (Dear John, Chocolat), he has yet to master the style; his films are excruciatingly self-serious in a genre that rewards good-natured uncouthness. more...
  • Safe House (R)

    Making his Hollywood debut, Swedish director Daniel Espinosa models this big, noisy espionage thriller on the movies of Tony Scott (Déja Vu, Unstoppable), borrowing his oversaturated color palette, hyped-up editing, macho bluster, and perennial star (Denzel Washington). more...
  • Safety Not Guaranteed (R)

    An internet meme comes to life in this peculiar comedy about an aspiring journalist (Aubrey Plaza) who tracks down a recluse (Mark Duplass) after he submits a personal ad seeking a partner to travel back in time with him. more...
  • Saint Laurent
  • Saint Laurent (R)

    French writer-director Bertrand Bonello is a master at setting a mood and evoking how events play out in memory, though his willful detachment from his subjects makes him an acquired taste. more...
  • Salinger (PG-13)

    Shane Salerno—screenwriter of Alien vs. Predator: Requiem and a consulting producer on CBS TV's Hawaii Five-O reboot—directed this godawful documentary, a salacious tabloid-style portrait of J.D. Salinger. more...
  • Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (PG-13)

    Lasse Hallstrom, director of such middlebrow touchstones as Chocolat (2000) and The Cider House Rules (1999), brings his art-house honey to this limp adaptation of a comic novel by Paul Torday. more...
  • Salt (PG-13)

    Just as elite soldiers are taught to assemble their weapons blindfolded, screenwriter Kurt Wimmer (Ultraviolet, Law Abiding Citizen) seems to have been given a bag full of stale thriller scenes—a foot chase in which the hero disables a series of surveillance cameras, a freeway chase in which she leaps from the roof of one moving truck to another, a countdown to nuclear annihilation on brightly colored computer screens—and jammed them together in the dark. 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...
  • Samba
  • Samba (R)

    Though a considerable box office success in France, The Intouchables (2011)—a dramatic comedy about a wealthy, white quadriplegic who bonds with his poor, black caregiver—inspired an impassioned cultural backlash. 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...