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  • Sicario
  • Sicario (R)

    American action movies about the drug cartels (David Ayer's Sabotage, Oliver Stone's Savages) have a high bar to clear: unless they bring some greater understanding of the crisis, their portrayal of the cartels' barbarism seems like crass exploitation. more...
  • Stand Up Guys (R)

    Alternating between gritty crime drama and buddy comedy, the latest directorial effort from actor Fisher Stevens stars Al Pacino, Christopher Walken, and Alan Arkin as a trio of retired mobsters who relive their glory days over the course of a rowdy evening. more...
  • Seven (R)

    Who would have guessed that a grisly and upsetting serial-killer police procedural (1995) costarring Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman as detectives, written by a Tower Records cashier (Andrew Kevin Walker), and directed by David Fincher (Alien) would bear a startling resemblance to a serious work of art? more...
  • Savages (R)

    A brutal Mexican drug cartel tries to muscle in on the booming pot business of two Laguna Beach dudes (Taylor Kitsch, Aaron Johnson), whose partnership includes a laid-back menage-a-trois with a bronzed So-Cal beauty (Blake Lively); when the Americans refuse to cooperate, the Mexicans kidnap the woman and threaten to behead her. more...
  • The Scenesters (R)

    This knowing parody of Los Angeles independent filmmaking recalls early features by Joe Dante (Hollywood Boulevard) and John Landis (Schlock): it's slapdash but eager to please, and the movie in-jokes aren't half-bad. more...
  • Stand Off (R)

    In effort to pay back a ruthless mobster, a low level crook robs a fish market, which happens to be owned by the very same mobster. more...
  • Sound of Noise (R)

    In this Swedish crime drama (2010), a tone-deaf detective tracks down a group of percussionists whose boisterous drum sessions are disturbing the peace. more...