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  • Cold Sweat

    A Franco-Italian quickie, made in 1970 but kept out of American release for four years before it made the rounds to capitalize on the Charles Bronson boom. more...
  • The Color of Money

    Martin Scorsese's 25th-anniversary sequel to Robert Rossen's The Hustler is a solidly crafted entertainment that, for the most part, strikes a successful balance between commercial necessity and personal expression (1986). more...
  • Compensation

    Shot on the cheap in Evanston and Chicago, this 1999 drama by Zeinabu Irene Davis manages to surmount its budget limitations through the beauty and symmetry of its narrative. more...
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  • Compliance (R)

    Craig Zobel—whose crafty debut feature Great World of Sound (2007) played at the Chicago film festival but never opened here theatrically—takes on the unenviable task of dramatizing a story that defies credulity even though it's quite true. more...
  • The Continued Fight . . .

    Sissy Spacek, Demi Moore, and Cher appear in this HBO documentary that follows the plights of three different women and their experiences with unexpected pregnancies. more...
  • Control

    This documentary video looks at the criminal justice system's negative effect on low-income minorities. more...
  • Cool It Carol!

    A struggling young couple in London venture into prostitution and the adult entertainment industry. more...
  • Craft

    An actress and celebrity impersonator gets a career break when she's cast in a movie and the director decides to shape it around her life. more...
  • Craze (R)

    Freddie Francis directed this 1974 horror flick starring Jack Palance as an antiques dealer who performs a weekly ritual involving human sacrifice. more...