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  • C.R.A.Z.Y.

    Jean-Marc Vallee's exceptional 2005 Canadian drama traces the spiritual and psychosexual odyssey of a boy born on Christmas Day 1960 to a devout Catholic mother and a dad obsessed with Patsy Cline. more...
  • The Candidate

    Robert Redford looks right for the part—as a naive young idealist drafted for a senatorial campaign he's meant to lose—but somehow his doughy blandness spreads out and obscures the sharp-edged satire of Jeremy Larner's Oscar-winning script. more...
  • Car Wash

    Not quite a disco musical, this sure feels like one in terms of bounce, verve, and energy. 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...
  • Chef
  • Chef (R)

    Chef, the new comedy written, directed by, and starring Jon Favreau, is being marketed as an independent film, and so it is to a certain extent. more...
  • Chicken With Plums (PG-13)

    Marjane Satrapi is best known for Persepolis (2007), the animated feature of her acclaimed graphic novel about growing up amid the Iranian Revolution. more...
  • Chinese Puzzle
  • Chinese Puzzle (R)

    The title of this energetic French comedy stresses its cross-cultural aspects, but it's really about male-female relations, with an affable young novelist (Romain Duris) as the stem and various women as the petals: his American wife (Kelly Reilly), who grows sick of their marriage in Paris and leaves him for someone in Manhattan, taking their two kids; his lesbian pal (Cécile De France), who sets him up in the city when he follows after them, and then asks him to inseminate her so she can have a child with her lover; the Chinese-American woman (Shuya Chang) who agrees to a sham marriage with him so he can become a naturalized U.S. citizen; and his old friend from Paris (Audrey Tautou), who arrives in town for a visit and decides she wants to sleep with him now that he’s available. more...
  • Claudine (PG)

    One of the best pictures by former blacklisted director John Berry, this bright, underrated 1974 romantic comedy and social satire picks up a theme from his first important picture, From This Day Forward (1946)—the thwarting of a young couple's lives by government bureaucracy—and really runs with it. more...
  • Cyrus (R)

    If you've been wondering what would happen when the mumblecore filmmakers matriculated into the commercial mainstream, wonder no more: this Fox Searchlight comedy by brothers Jay and Mark Duplass (Baghead, The Puffy Chair) gains immeasurably from its talented big-name actors but preserves the brothers' unadorned storytelling and assured characterization. more...