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  • Natural Born Killers (R)

    Writer-director Oliver Stone lets it all hang out, including common sense, in this freewheeling, heavy-handed music-video-style satire (1994) about a young couple on the run (Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis) who rack up 50 corpses for the fun of it and then spearhead a prison revolt after they're arrested, all with the lip-smacking encouragement of the sleazy media, not to mention Stone himself. more...
  • The Nice Guys
  • The Nice Guys (R)

    This comedy noir by Shane Black (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang) opens with a spectacular—and spectacularly tasteless—sequence in which a boy admires the centerfold model in a porn magazine just before a car crashes straight through his house and expels the body of the very model he's been ogling, which comes to rest in the same boob-baring pose. more...
  • Nightmare Alley (NR)

    This dark and determinedly sleazy 1947 film comes as quite a surprise from its director—Edmund Goulding, whose specialty through the 30s, in films like Grand Hotel and The Old Maid, was his inveterate tastefulness (although, come to think of it, the sleaze of Nightmare Alley has a suspicious gloss). more...
  • Nine Queens (R)

    An experienced grifter (Ricardo Darin) takes a younger confrere (Gaston Pauls) under his wing to steal a block of stamps (called the "nine queens") in this 2000 caper film from Argentina. more...
  • Northwest

    Directed by Michael Noer, this isn't quite the Danish Goodfellas, but as in the Scorsese film, the protagonist is a young man lured into the underworld, first as a small-stakes burglar, then as a driver for the outfit's escort service, and eventually as an assassin. more...