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  • Three Dancing Slaves

    Gael Morel's somber 2004 French feature about three young brothers is thematically similar to S.E. Hinton's stories charting inchoate violence and homoeroticism among young men stuck in working-class environs. more...
  • 3-Iron (R)

    In our world of endless noise and pointless jabber, the movies of Kim Ki-duk (Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter . . . more...
  • Three Kings (R)

    Four characters seeking personal gain are nearly sidetracked by altruistic impulses in this emotionally and politically responsible movie set in Iraq during the immediate aftermath of the gulf war—a damning yet idealistic satire about the motives behind U.S. foreign policy. more...
  • Three Monkeys

    A prominent politician nods off at the wheel one night, kills a pedestrian on a lonely country road, and persuades his usual chauffeur to take the rap, promising him a big payoff when he gets out of prison. more...
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  • Three on a Match

    Crackerjack 1932 social melodrama from the Warners factory, adapted from the stage by radical screenwriters John Bright and Kubec Glasmon (The Public Enemy). more...
  • The 3 Rooms of Melancholia

    Pirjo Honkasalo's bleak, meditative 2004 documentary, about children who have been orphaned or dispossessed as a result of the Russian-Chechen conflict, eschews any attempts to make sense out of this long-running war. more...
  • Three Seasons

    In Saigon a woman who harvests flowers on the estate of a reclusive poet finally gets an audience with him, a cyclo driver develops a crush on a prostitute, a young boy aggressively sells trinkets on the street until he loses his stash, and a former American GI lackadaisically searches for a daughter he's never met. more...
  • Three Stooges 70th Annivoisary Blowout!

    Now that Cineaste has published an appreciation of the Three Stooges, we can all flock to the Film Center to ponder a mise-en-scene where a swung crowbar bends into a silhouette of the head it bashes. more...
  • Three Strangers

    This noirish 1946 feature was efficiently directed by Jean Negulesco, but the real auteur is John Huston, whose script (with Howard Koch) was one of many partial spin-offs from his career-making The Maltese Falcon. more...
  • 3:10 to Yuma

    Period westerns are so unfashionable and costly that they usually require a top-drawer script to get off the ground—and this one, adapted from an Elmore Leonard story and its 1957 movie version, travels with an arrow's clean arc. Christian Bale is a one-legged Civil War veteran who can't keep his ranch and young family solvent; Russell Crowe is the notorious bad man who steals his cattle (and most of their scenes together). more...
  • Three Times

    The three episodes of Hou Hsiao-hsien's exquisite 2005 feature, his best in many years, are set achronologically in Taiwan, in 1966, 1911, and 2005; each is about 40 minutes long and stars Chang Chen and Shu Qi. more...
  • Three Times Two

    Three distinctive Cuban stylists are showcased in this 2004 anthology video about dangerous love. more...
  • Throne of Blood (NR)

    Akira Kurosawa's remarkable 1957 restaging of Macbeth in samurai and expressionist terms is unquestionably one of his finest works—charged with energy, imagination, and, in keeping with the subject, sheer horror. more...
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