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  • Chef
  • Chef (R)

    Chef, the new comedy written, directed by, and starring Jon Favreau, is being marketed as an independent film, and so it is to a certain extent. more...
  • 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...
  • The Child (R)

    In this 1977 horror feature by Robert Voskanian, a young woman returns to her childhood home to care for an introverted girl whose friends turn out to be zombies. more...
  • Children of Men (R)

    Adapted from P.D. James's dystopian novel, this SF feature by Alfonso Cuaron (Y Tu Mama Tambien) takes place in England in 2027, when the human race has mysteriously become infertile and faces extinction. more...
  • The Children (R)

    Exposure to a nuclear leak turns a busload of children into black-fingernailed zombies in this 1980 horror feature by Max Kalmanowicz, also known as The Children of Ravensback. more...
  • Child's Play (R)

    Students at a Catholic boarding school grow violent as a rivalry between two teachers escalates. more...
  • Chinese Puzzle
  • Chinese Puzzle (R)

    The title of this energetic French comedy stresses its cross-cultural aspects, but it's really about male-female relations, with an affable young novelist (Romain Duris) as the stem and various women as the petals: his American wife (Kelly Reilly), who grows sick of their marriage in Paris and leaves him for someone in Manhattan, taking their two kids; his lesbian pal (Cécile De France), who sets him up in the city when he follows after them, and then asks him to inseminate her so she can have a child with her lover; the Chinese-American woman (Shuya Chang) who agrees to a sham marriage with him so he can become a naturalized U.S. citizen; and his old friend from Paris (Audrey Tautou), who arrives in town for a visit and decides she wants to sleep with him now that he’s available. more...
  • Chloe (R)

    A Toronto doctor (Julianne Moore), doubting the fidelity of her college professor husband (Liam Neeson), hires a call girl (Amanda Seyfried) to test him, and the young woman begins to insinuate herself into the couple's lives. more...
  • Choose Me (R)

    Alan Rudolph (Trouble in Mind) has Schnitzler (La Ronde) and Renoir (The Rules of the Game) in mind for this panoramic 1984 romantic comedy, effectively tinged with anxiousness and uncertainty. more...
  • Chuck
  • Chuck (R)

    A real-life model for Rocky Balboa, Chuck Wepner went almost 15 rounds with Muhammad Ali in 1975, though as this hearty biopic asserts, Wepner wasn't exactly the honorable underdog Sylvester Stallone wrote and played in Rocky: he cheated on his wife, neglected his daughter, and slid into the 70s cocaine culture as his career fizzled out. more...