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  • U

    A French children's animation by S. Ellisade and G. Solotareff. more...
  • U-571

    As if to justify yet another unironic war movie, the closing credits of this 2000 feature include dedications to real men in the Allied armed forces who managed to take coding devices from German submarines during World War II. more...
  • U.S. Marshals

    Not so much a sequel to The Fugitive as a lazy spin-off that imitates only what was boring and artificially frenetic about that earlier thriller; the little that kept it interesting—Tommy Lee Jones's Oscar-winning inflections, better-than-average direction—is nowhere in evidence. more...
  • The U.S. vs. John Lennon

    Another installment in the singer's deification, this one focusing on his career as an activist. more...
  • U-Turn

    A fairly enjoyable piece of junk from Oliver Stone (1997) that occasionally recalls Dennis Hopper's The Hot Spot—sleazy southwest burg seething with creeps, sexpots, and protracted grudge matches—and is limited only by its occasional pseudoexperimental tics (a carryover from Natural Born Killers) and by its determination to extend its hyperbolic noir plot beyond two hours. more...
  • U23D

    Live footage from the rock band U2's tour in South America. more...
  • UA 93: Newark to Nowhere

    J.J. Walker uses audio recorded by air traffic controllers on 9/11 for his unsettling digital video. more...
  • Uforia

    Written and directed by John Binder, this is a sweet-tempered, generous comedy on themes that usually get a snide, camp treatment, and it's a pleasant surprise. more...
  • Ugetsu

    The mood of Kenji Mizoguchi's 1953 masterpiece is evoked by the English translation most often given to its title, "Tales of the Pale and Silvery Moon After the Rain." more...
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  • The Ugly American

    Marlon Brando stars in one of his more likable (if minor) mid-career performances as an American ambassador to a mythical Asian country called Sarkhan, which resembles Thailand, in a very loose adaptation by Stewart Stern of William J. Lederer and Eugene Burdick's novel. more...
  • The Ugly Dachshund

    Dean Jones and Suzanne Pleshette are a husband and wife, each training a dog for a competition, in this 1966 Disney live-action comedy. more...
  • Ugly, Dirty and Bad

    Ettore Scola directed this 1976 "satirical tragedy" about members of a large family plotting their revenge after the stingy patriarch refuses to share a large insurance payout. more...
  • Ugly Ducklings

    Fawn Yacker directed this video documentary about the staging of an LGBT-focused play at a girls' summer camp. more...