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  • The Science of Sleep (R)

    Michel Gondry, known for his music videos and his collaborations with screenwriter Charlie Kaufman (directing Human Nature and cowriting and directing Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), debuts as a full-fledged writer-director with this charming 2006 comedy. more...
  • The Signal (R)

    Two detectives get caught up in a corruption case during the last days of Eva Peron's life in this crime drama by Ricardo DarĂ­n and Martin Hodara. more...
  • Sophie's Choice (R)

    Alan Pakula has re-created the powerful moments of William Styron's novel, but he hasn't made a film: this 1982 drama is completely devoid of cinematic interest, adopting instead a tiresome theatrical aesthetic in which showy monologues are filmed in interminable, usually ill-chosen long takes. more...
  • The Squid and the Whale (R)

    This big step forward by comic writer-director Noah Baumbach (Kicking and Screaming, Mr. Jealousy) is a tragicomic autobiographical account of the breakup of his parents' marriage. more...
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  • Strangeland (R)

    In this abduction-and-torture thriller (1998), several monologues advocating body modification are delivered by the multiply pierced Captain Howdy (Twisted Sister's Dee Snider), who lures teenagers from Internet chat rooms to his suburban home so he can bring about their spiritual enlightenment through involuntary piercing. more...
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  • Submarine (R)

    Richard Ayoade, a comic actor on British TV (The IT Crowd, The Mighty Boosh), makes a respectable feature-directing debut with this deftly executed oddball coming-of-age comedy. more...
  • Suburbia (R)

    Penelope Spheeris (The Decline of Western Civilization) directed this low-budget 1983 drama about rebellious youth in LA. Also known as The Wild Side. more...
  • The Sword and the Sorcerer (R)

    A low-budget fantasy adventure set in a mythical realm ruled by an evil sorcerer-king (George Maharis); it's up to beach boy Lee Horsley to free the populace and win the heart of the beautiful princess (Kathleen Beller). more...