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  • 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...
  • Safe (R)

    Through a string of plot developments too convoluted to recount here, former cop Jason Statham takes a brainy Chinese girl under his wing and goes on the run from Russian gangsters, Chinese gangsters, and his estranged buddies in the NYPD. more...
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    The Samaritan

    Samuel L. Jackson stars as an ex-con roped back into a life of crime by the son of a former associate. more...
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  • Samba (R)

    Though a considerable box office success in France, The Intouchables (2011)—a dramatic comedy about a wealthy, white quadriplegic who bonds with his poor, black caregiver—inspired an impassioned cultural backlash. more...
  • Sandra
  • Sandra

    The past weighs heavily on the present in this 1965 family saga by Luchino Visconti, though for much of the running time that weight is more felt than understood. more...
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  • Say My Name

    Nirit Peled's 2009 survey of women in hip-hop covers a diverse group of performers whose styles were forged on the streets of New York, Los Angeles, Detroit, Atlanta, and London. more...
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    The Scientist

    A maverick quantum physicist (Bill Sage), shattered by the accidental deaths of his wife and daughter, attempts suicide, then retreats into solitary misery. more...
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    A Secret

    This bittersweet 2007 drama by Claude Miller (Alias Betty) explores the travails of several French Jewish families victimized by anti-Semitism during World War II. more...
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    The Secret to a Happy Ending (NR)

    In this profile of southern rockers the Drive-By Truckers, director Barr Weissman commits all the usual errors of the music documentary, most damnably cutting away to talking-head interviews during performances that fully speak for themselves. more...
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    Seeking Justice (R)

    There's plenty to enjoy in this old-fashioned exploitation movie from Anchor Bay Films: good stunts, sensitive line readings from the underrated Harold Perrineau, lapses in narrative logic that approach full-on surrealism, and competently managed suspense by director Roger Donaldson (Cocktail, The Recruit, and, once upon a time, Smash Palace). more...
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    Seoul Searching

    In Seoul Searching (Fri 4/1, 7:45 PM), writer-director Benson Lee revisits his experience in the mid-1980s when, as a Korean-American teenager, he was sent to an annual summer camp in the title city to reconnect with his roots. more...