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  • New
    Caprice

    Universally derided (on this side of the Atlantic) at the time of its release (1967), this remarkably acid satire on the hideousness of American consumerism stars Doris Day as an industrial spy who inadvertently becomes mixed up in espionage, with Richard Harris. more...
  • The Chase

    A cluttered, erratic, uncertain movie (1966)—and, if you can see past the blowsy trappings of southern gothic, a good one. more...
  • Chongqing Hot Pot (NR)

    A group of friends stumble across a large sum of money after their restaurant goes bankrupt and must consider how far they are willing to go to save the restaurant. more...
  • City Streets

    Rouben Mamoulian's heavy-handed 1931 adaptation of one of Dashiell Hammett's less revered short stories is perennially revived as an example of the early "creative" use of sound, thanks largely to a tricky flashback sequence in which slum child Sylvia Sidney recounts her past. more...
  • The Clan
  • The Clan (NR)

    A demonic performance from Guillermo Francella anchors this 2015 Argentinian drama about the Puccio clan, a family of seven who were implicated in a series of fatal kidnappings in the 1980s. more...
  • Classe Tous Risques

    Released in 1960, as the French New Wave was getting started, this terse and fatalistic (if conventional) noir about a gangster on the run from Milan to Nice to Paris was hastily swept aside, though Jean-Pierre Melville defended it passionately and wound up appropriating its star (Lino Ventura), actor Jean-Paul Belmondo (costarring here immediately after Breathless), source novelist (Jose Giovanni), and some of its male-bonding manner in various projects. more...
  • Cock and Bull
  • Cock and Bull (NR)

    Like Pulp Fiction, this darkly comic gangster film consists of overlapping, interconnected stories, which allows director Cao Baoping to augment the larger narrative by doubling back to earlier events. more...
  • Coffy (R)

    Pam Grier, with revenge on her mind and a shotgun in her hand, blasts her way through a succession of pimps, hoods, cops, pushers, and politicians in this gory, violent 1973 entry in the Brown Sugar genre. more...