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  • C.B. Hustlers

    Stu Segall directed this 1978 comedy about three women cruising the highways and "servicing" truckers in their brothel-made van. more...
  • Cafe de Flore

    Director Jean-Marc Vallée intertwines two separate stories—one about a mother and her mentally challenged son, the other about the love affairs of a popular DJ—in this 2011 Canadian drama. more...
  • Caillou, Vive les Fêtes

    A four-year-old boy learns about Christmas traditions around the world in this cartoon series directed by Nick Rijgersberg. more...
  • The Calling

    This PBS documentary by Danny Alpert follows several young Americans of different faiths as they join the clergy. more...
  • Camille

    Alla Nazimova and Rudolph Valentino star in this 1921 silent feature based on the Alexander Dumas novel. more...
  • Capitalism: A Love Story (R)

    Michael Moore catalogs some of the more grotesque outrages of the second Gilded Age: the predatory lending that led to the 2008 bank bailout, corporations taking out life insurance policies on their rank-and-file employees, airline personnel so poorly paid they have to moonlight to pay their bills. more...
  • Carnage (R)

    After a school bully assaults a classmate, the victim's parents (Jodie Foster, John C. Reilly) invite the aggressor's parents (Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz) over for a civilized chat that doesn't stay civilized for long. more...
  • The Carrier

    In this 2010 documentary by Maggie Betts, a Zambian woman who is HIV-positive enrolls in a public health program in order prevent herself from passing the disease to her unborn child. more...
  • Castle Under Fiery Skies (NR)

    Mitsutoshi Tanaka directed this 2009 drama about feudal Japanese warriors, which is based on Kenichi Yamamoto's 2004 novel Katen no Shiro. more...
  • Catch My Soul

    Patrick McGoohan (co-creator of The Prisoner) directed this 1974 rock opera adaptation of Shakespeare's Othello. more...