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  • 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...
  • The Infiltrator (R)

    Adapted from a memoir by U.S. customs agent Robert Mazur, this well-written drug thriller dramatizes an undercover operation that targeted the Medellin cartel's international money laundering in the mid-1980s. more...
  • Run All Night
  • Run All Night (R)

    Explaining the convoluted backstory in this Liam Neeson actioner would take more space than I have here, so I'll just cut to the chase—his character, a broken-down hit man, goes on the run with his estranged, upright son (Joel Kinnaman) to save the young man from a ruthless mob boss (Ed Harris). more...
  • Black Mass
  • Black Mass (R)

    Based on a nonfiction book by Dick Lehr and Gerard O'Neill, this crime saga details the corrupt partnership between South Boston crime lord James "Whitey" Bulger (a balding, unrecognizable Johnny Depp) and FBI agent John Connolly (Joel Edgerton), an old pal who cultivated Bulger as an informant but may have done more to help his criminal empire than Bulger did to help the bureau. more...
  • 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...
  • Legend
  • Legend (R)

    Tom Hardy takes on a dual role as Reggie and Ronnie Kray, ruthless identical twins who became celebrity gangsters in Swinging London before they were taken down by Scotland Yard in 1968. more...
  • Blackhat (R)

    Michael Mann's latest crime saga involves the timely topic of cyberterrorism, but aside from the special-effects shots of data zipping around a silicon chip as if it were the Autobahn, this doesn't function much differently from any other cop thriller. more...