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  • 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...
  • Catch-22 (R)

    Mike Nichols's 1970 film might have been the original "deal" movie: it's got all the right elements—a hot director, a cult novel, an impeccably hip cast—yet nothing comes together. more...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • The Crippled Masters (R)

    Real-life kung fu masters Frankie Shum and Jack Conn star in this 1984 martial arts effort about two men—one armless, the other legless—who get their revenge on the villains who maimed them. more...