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  • The Cannibal Man (R)

    Spanish slasher (1973) about a butcher who accidentally kills a cabdriver and keeps slicing people up to avoid apprehension. more...
  • Cape Fear (R)

    It's hard to understand why Martin Scorsese wanted to remake a nasty, formulaic 1962 thriller whose only "classic" credentials are a terrifying performance by Robert Mitchum and a Bernard Herrmann score. more...
  • Capitalism: A Love Story (R)

    Michael Moore catalogs some of the more grotesque outrages of the second Gilded Age: the predatory lending that led to the 2008 bank bailout, corporations taking out life insurance policies on their rank-and-file employees, airline personnel so poorly paid they have to moonlight to pay their bills. more...
  • Captain Fantastic (R)

    This odd duck by writer-director Matt Ross plays like a survivalist's remake of The Seven Little Foys (1955), that old Bob Hope movie about a widowed vaudevillian struggling to care for his brood of wacky, free-spirited children. more...
  • Carlito's Way (R)

    If Brian De Palma has made a duller movie than this 144-minute snoozefest (1993), I count myself fortunate to have missed it. more...
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  • Carnage (R)

    After a school bully assaults a classmate, the victim's parents (Jodie Foster, John C. Reilly) invite the aggressor's parents (Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz) over for a civilized chat that doesn't stay civilized for long. more...
  • Carol (R)

    Todd Haynes's Far From Heaven (2002) slayed critics with its provocative presentation of modern racial and sexual issues through the lens of a high-Hollywood 50s melodrama. more...
  • Carol (R)

    Todd Haynes's Far From Heaven (2002) slayed critics with its provocative presentation of modern racial and sexual issues through the lens of a high-Hollywood 50s melodrama. more...
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  • Carrie (R)

    Stephen King's horror novel—about a high school outcast (Chloe Grace Moretz) exploring her nascent telekinetic powers and enduring the abuse of her religious fanatic mother (Julianne Moore)—gets a new screen treatment from director Kimberly Peirce, who substitutes a more somber tone for the camp and sick humor of Brian De Palma's 1976 version. more...
  • Carrie (R)

    Brian De Palma demonstrates the drawbacks of a film-school education by overexploiting every cornball trick of style in the book: slow motion, split screen, long takes, and soft focus abound, all to no real point. more...
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  • Cartel Land (R)

    Rather than delve into the origins of Mexico's cartel-related violence, this documentary treats the ongoing crisis as a given and focuses on vigilante groups trying to combat it. more...
  • 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...
  • Casanova (R)

    What the world wanted from Fellini's epic account of the famous 18th-century lover (Donald Sutherland) was hardly the dark, disturbingly jaundiced, alienated view of eroticism offered here (1976). more...
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  • 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...