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  • The Sitter (R)

    A suburban slacker (Jonah Hill, just prior to his dramatic weight loss) agrees to babysit three spoiled kids, then drags them into the city so he can score some coke for a girlfriend and, he thinks, get himself laid in return. more...
  • The Skeleton Twins
  • The Skeleton Twins (R)

    SNL veterans Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader play fraternal twins scarred by their father's suicide years earlier and each contemplating the same exit route; after the gay brother is narrowly rescued from a bloody bath in Los Angeles, his sister invites him to convalesce with her and her new husband in New York. more...
  • The Skin I Live In (R)

    Pedro Almodovar tries his hand at psychological horror, modeling this sicko thriller on Fritz Lang's low-budget, postwar nightmares (e.g. Scarlet Street or House by the River) and, more specifically, Georges Franju's eerie Eyes Without a Face. more...
  • Slapshot (R)

    George Roy Hill's usual spit-and-polish direction makes a fairly funny film out of the story of a bankrupt minor-league hockey team saved from the brink when the coach (Paul Newman) discovers the drawing power of unbridled violence. more...
  • Slaughterhouse-Five (R)

    George Roy Hill's very professional, very entertaining 1972 adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut's time-traveling novel, with the pseudoprofundities nicely tucked into place as peppy one-liners and narrative tricks. more...
  • Sleeping With Other People
  • Sleeping With Other People (R)

    Two commitment-phobic Manhattanites (Jason Sudeikis, Alison Brie) meet cute at a sex addicts' support group; rather than act on their mutual attraction, they enter into a platonic friendship based on total honesty, hoping it will better prepare them for monogamous relationships with others. more...
  • Slow West
  • Slow West (R)

    The title might suggest a Sam Shepard parody, but this arty western from New Zealand plays like a simplified version of Jim Jarmusch's Dead Man. In the late 19th century a young Scot (Kodi Smit-McPhee) crosses the Colorado territory in search of his lost love, who has emigrated to America after an unspecified scandal. more...
  • Smashed (R)

    Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Aaron Paul star as married alcoholics whose relationship falls apart when the wife decides to give up drinking but the husband doesn't. more...
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  • Smiley (R)

    An impressionable teenaged girl discovers an urban myth about a deranged serial killer and begins to fear she may be his next victim. more...
  • Snapshot (R)

    A model (Sigrid Thornton) is stalked by a man in an ice cream van in this 1979 Australian thriller, also known as One More Minute. more...
  • Snowden (R)

    Laura Poitras nailed the story of Edward Snowden with her Oscar-winning documentary Citizenfour (2014), some of which was shot in a Hong Kong hotel room as she and journalist Glenn Greenwald first met Snowden, a 29-year-old computer contractor, and learned from him that the National Security Administration secretly and indiscriminately collected Internet and telecommunications data from millions of Americans. more...
  • Snowpiercer
  • Snowpiercer (R)

    The human drive toward ecological collapse often seems like a screaming train that can't be halted, which gives this postapocalyptic thriller by Bong Joon-ho (The Host) a potency indivisible from its premise. more...
  • Solitary Man (R)

    Michael Douglas tries again to recapture the heroic irresponsibility of his college professor character in Wonder Boys (2000), and though this drama by writer-director Brian Koppelman hardly measures up to the earlier film, it comes a lot closer than King of California (2007). more...