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  • Piranha (PG)

    Not to be confused with the Joe Dante favorite from 1978, or its 2010 remake, this is a 1972 thriller about a wildlife photographer getting into trouble in the Venezuelan jungle. more...
  • Prehistoric Women

    A tawdry little cult item (1950) involving prehistoric table turning and role reversal, with the usual cast of pre-Cro-Magnon starlets capturing hirsute hunks and turning them into love slaves (but not too explicitly: it's the prehistoric era in more ways than one). more...
  • Priest (NR)

    After the film's festival showings, scissors-happy Miramax trimmed eight minutes from this lively 1994 piece of exploitation about the travails of a gay priest in Liverpool, but it still packs a wallop; whether it can sustain much reflection afterward is another matter. more...
  • The Professionals

    Underrated all-star western by Richard Brooks about four soldiers of fortune hired by Ralph Bellamy to rescue his wife, Claudia Cardinale, from Jack Palance down in Mexico. more...
  • Public Enemies (R)

    In his best seller Public Enemies: America's Greatest Crime Wave and the Birth of the FBI, 1933-34, Bryan Burrough set out to dispel the gangster myths propagated by movies like Bonnie and Clyde (1967) and Bloody Mama (1970), and to “reclaim the War on Crime for the lawmen who fought it.” With this slam-bang action epic, director Michael Mann reclaims it yet again for dashing, mediagenic John Dillinger (Johnny Depp), stressing his cat-and-mouse relationship with starchy, Chicago-based G-man Melvin Purvis (Christian Bale). more...
  • Pulgasari

    Released in 1985, this North Korean variation on the Godzilla movies was directed by Shin Sang-ok, a South Korean filmmaker kidnapped in the late 70s on the orders of Kim Jong-il. more...