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  • Sheba, Baby (PG)

    Even the spectacular Pam Grier is sandbagged in this clumsy black actioner (1975) by William Girdler; she plays a private detective trying to stop the mob from taking over her father's loan company. more...
  • Shine a Light (PG-13)

    Martin Scorsese finally gets his hands on the Rolling Stones, whose songs have heightened urgent moments in his movies. more...
  • Shinjuku Boys

    Documentary makers Kim Longinotto and Jano Williams detail the intricacies of female sexuality in Japan by examining three Tokyo women living their lives as men. more...
  • The Shock

    A crippled man (Lon Chaney) helps the queen of San Francisco's underworld (Virginia Valli) blackmail a banker in this silent 1923 melodrama, directed by Lambert Hillyer. more...
  • Sholay

    Voted the most popular Indian film ever in a British Film Institute poll, this 1975 revenge epic by Ramesh Sippy has been called a “curry western” for its hysterical visual style and Sergio Leone frontier setting, though various scenes also recall Stagecoach, The Great Dictator, and High Noon. more...
  • Shorts (PG)

    Magic vies with technology in this exuberant adventure comedy, which unfolds achronologically in a series of zany, effects-laden vignettes. more...
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  • Showboat

    MGM bought the rights to this 1936 film of the Kern and Hammerstein musical when they launched their ponderous Technicolor remake in 1951. more...
  • Shrek 2 (PG)

    At the end of the digitally animated Shrek the lovely Princess Fiona (given voice by Cameron Diaz) flipped the formula of Beauty and the Beast by electing to become a stocky green ogre just like her gruff but tender beau (Mike Myers); this time around she faces the delicate task of bringing him home to mom and dad (Julie Andrews and John Cleese). 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...
  • The Silencers

    Dean Martin stars as Matt Helm, the most forgettable of the 60s secret agents. more...