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  • The Taking of Pelham 123 (R)

    Superior exercise in urban paranoia (1974); the superb location work of director Joseph Sargent goes a long way toward tempering the artificialities of the plot, which concerns an attempt to hold a subway train for ransom. more...
  • Texas Killing Fields (R)

    In this southern-fried rehash of David Fincher's Seven (1995), two mismatched police detectives track a fiendish serial killer around the bayou as he taunts and toys with them. more...
  • The Town (R)

    Ben Affleck's feature directing debut, Gone Baby Gone (2007), achieved a tragic depth unusual for a crime film because the child at its center, though rescued from kidnappers, was ultimately deposited back into a hopeless cycle of poverty and domestic abuse. more...
  • Trance (R)

    Danny Boyle's twisty noir thriller (adapted from a 2001 TV movie of the same name) begins with the sort of ludicrous premise that Fritz Lang or Otto Preminger might have tackled in the late 1940s. more...