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  • The Zero Theorem
  • The Zero Theorem (R)

    This cartoonish sci-fi satire might be described as Terry Gilliam's Mr. Arkadin—a visually inspired but frequently confounding (and clearly underfinanced) reworking of longtime personal themes. more...
  • Zodiac (R)

    A dozen years after Seven, director David Fincher again treats a serial killer, only this time it's a true story (adapted by James Vanderbilt from Robert Graysmith's autobiographical best seller) and not at all metaphysical. more...
  • Zardoz (R)

    Probably John Boorman's most underrated film—an impossibly ambitious and pretentious but also highly inventive, provocative, and visually striking SF adventure with metaphysical trimmings (1974). more...
  • Zero Dark Thirty (R)

    Kathryn Bigelow follows her Oscar-winning The Hurt Locker with this gripping account of the search for Osama bin Laden, focusing on bureaucratic infighting at the CIA as the political winds shift and new intelligence brings Seal Team Six to bin Laden's door. more...
  • Zombie Dawn (R)

    In this Chilean horror film (2011), a group of mercenaries are sent by the government to investigate the site of a zombie invasion. more...