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  • S.F.W.

    A young rebel (Stephen Dorff) becomes a national celebrity after being held hostage in a convenience store for 36 days. more...
  • S.O.B.

    Blake Edwards's 1981 anti-Hollywood satire, apparently inspired by his own experiences with the big-budget disaster Darling Lili: when his expensive family musical looks like a flop, director Richard Mulligan tries to rescue it by prevailing upon his wholesome actress wife (Julie Andrews) to do a nude scene. more...
  • Sa-kwa

    First-time director Kang Yi-kwan and lead actress Moon So-ri do a fine job of conveying her character's shifting emotions in this 2005 Korean drama. more...
  • Saawariya

    This Bollywood romance is based on Dostoyevsky's short story “White Nights.” Sanjay Leela Bhansali directed; with Salman Kahn and Ranbir Kapoor. more...
  • Sabata (PG-13)

    Lee Van Cleef stars in this lively 1969 spaghetti western as the title character, a black-clad crusader for justice, loosely defined. more...
  • Sabbia

    Sabbia is Italian for sand, which makes it a suitable title for this trippy meditation on the beauties of southern California's Coachella Valley. more...
  • Sabina K.

    The title character of this hokey Bosnian drama is not the dauntless heroine that feminism and social progress have made a cinematic standard-bearer but a passive, pathetic victim who implodes without a man to fulfill her. more...
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  • Sabotage!

    The real original among these six videos is Abel Klainbaum's half-hour The History of Choking (With Erick Estrada), a purported documentary on the Heimlich maneuver that intersperses instructional films and goofy reenactments. more...
  • Saboteur

    Alfred Hitchcock's 1942 thriller (often confused with his 1936 Sabotage) follows the usual structure of his comedies: an innocent man, mistaken for a spy, is chased across the country. more...
  • Sabrina

    This remake of Billy Wilder's weak 50s romantic comedy minimizes the jaded, dirty-old-man aspect of the sub-Lubitsch original (a flaw it shares with Wilder's Love in the Afternoon) with better casting. more...
  • Sabrina (NR)

    Billy Wilder's 1954 version of the Samuel Taylor staple was a perfect vehicle for Audrey Hepburn, though the cut is too tight for her costars, Humphrey Bogart and William Holden. more...