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  • Casa de Mi Padre (R)

    Will Ferrell and his longtime producer Adam McKay (Anchorman, Talladega Nights) go south of the border for this mock spaghetti western, which is spoken in Spanish and subtitled. more...
  • Case 39 (R)

    In this 2009 thriller by Christian Alvart, a social worker (Renée Zellweger) tries to save a girl from her dangerous home life. more...
  • Casino (R)

    Simultaneously quite watchable and passionless, Martin Scorsese's three-hour dissection of power in Las Vegas (1995), set principally in the 70s, sometimes comes across like an anthology of his previous collaborations with Robert De Niro—above all GoodFellas, though here the characters are high rollers to begin with. more...
  • Casino Jack (R)

    Not to be confused with Alex Gibney's recent documentary Casino Jack and the United States of Money, this is the dramatic take on Jack Abramoff's high-rolling career as a Washington lobbyist and his precipitous fall amid charges of fraud, conspiracy, and tax evasion. more...
  • Catch-22 (R)

    Mike Nichols's 1970 film might have been the original "deal" movie: it's got all the right elements—a hot director, a cult novel, an impeccably hip cast—yet nothing comes together. more...
  • Cedar Rapids (R)

    Beady-eyed Ed Helms, enjoying a career bounce after The Hangover (2009), stars as an uptight insurance agent who leaves his small Wisconsin town to attend a professional conference in the big, bad metropolis of the title. more...
  • Centurion (R)

    Neil Marshall (The Descent, Doomsday) recasts the sword-and-sandal epic as a modern DC Comic in this tale of a British soldier's enslavement, escape, and engagement in "guerrilla warfare," circa 117 A.D. Marshall can't pass up a disemboweling or a strained confrontation, and one or the other arrives about every five minutes--along with plenty of battle scenes, torture, and helicopter shots. more...
  • Chained Heat (R)

    Billed as "the ultimate 'chicks in chains' movie," this 1983 prison drama stars Linda Blair (The Exorcist) as a young woman sentenced to 18 months for manslaughter. more...
  • The Change-Up (R)

    High-living bachelor and occasional porno actor Ryan Reynolds and his longtime best friend, a straight-arrow husband and lawyer played by Jason Bateman, stumble across a wish-granting statue and end up swapping bodies, to frequently lewd, sometimes amusing, but rarely surprising effect. more...
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  • Cheech & Chong's Nice Dreams (R)

    Silly but nice—a marijuana farce (1981) featuring Cheech Marin and Thomas Chong as spaced-out dealers working out of an ice-cream van, Stacy Keach as the cop on their trail, and Evelyn Guerrero as the romantic/sexual interest. more...
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  • Chernobyl Diaries (R)

    Oren Peli (Paranormal Activity) wrote the story for this horror flick, a ripoff of The Hills Have Eyes in which four young Americans en route from Kiev to Moscow sign up for an "extreme tourism" side trip to the irradiated and abandoned city of Pripyat. more...
  • Cherry (R)

    Jeffrey Fine wrote and directed this comedy about a college freshman who gets involved romantically with both an older woman and her 14-year-old daughter. more...