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    xXx: Return of Xander Cage 3D (PG-13)

    Vin Diesel starred in the hit actioner xXx (2002), then lost out to Ice Cube for the sequel, xXx: State of the Union (2005); this delayed third installment returns the focus to Diesel as the title character, a reluctant U.S. spy who'd rather be skiing through the jungle or skateboarding off a cliff. more...
  • xXx: Return of Xander Cage
  • xXx: Return of Xander Cage (PG-13)

    Vin Diesel starred in the hit actioner xXx (2002), then lost out to Ice Cube for the sequel, xXx: State of the Union (2005); this delayed third installment returns the focus to Diesel as the title character, a reluctant U.S. spy who'd rather be skiing through the jungle or skateboarding off a cliff. more...
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  • XX (R)

    Creepy animation sequences with doll parts and little antique curios (in the style of Czech filmmaker Jan Švankmajer) sloppily connect four horror shorts by women. more...
  • The X-Ray of Civilization
  • The X-Ray of Civilization

    Made during the height of the AIDS epidemic, these experimental shorts by New York-based queer filmmakers Tom Rubnitz, David Wojnarowicz, and Tommy Turner communicate a sense of outrage at mainstream society for its failure to respond to the crisis. more...
  • Xenia
  • Xenia

    Drawing on Gregg Araki and Pedro Almodóvar, Panos H. Koutras puts a gay twist on the road movie in this Greek comedy, which is heavy on the director's gaudy color palette and goofy fantasy sequences. more...
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    Xmas Without China

    In this documentary, producer Tom Xia, a Chinese-born man living in the U.S., challenges a middle-class family to survive the month of December without using anything made in China. more...
  • Xtro (R)

    A boy sees his father abducted by aliens; three years later an extraterrestrial creature impregnates a woman who then gives birth to the missing father. more...
  • X-Men: First Class (PG-13)

    Like Bryan Singer's X2 (2003), this fifth entry in the X-Men franchise is noteworthy for its gay-rights subtext and for its noted actors (Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence) delivering comic book dialogue with Shakespearean portent. more...
  • The X-Files

    Only two scenes in this spin-off are worth the time of followers of the TV series about FBI agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson), who investigate inexplicable phenomena, most of which seem to point to the same far-reaching conspiracy. more...