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  • The Cartel AND Tlatelolco: Keys to the Massacre

    A German TV documentary by Helmut Grosse, The Cartel (2002, in English and subtitled German) offers a concise and lucid account of the multiple ties between the second Bush administration and the oil and energy industries, many of which date back to the president's membership in the secret Skull and Bones Society at Yale. more...
  • Casablanca (PG)

    Part of what makes this wartime Hollywood drama (1942) about love and political commitment so fondly remembered is its evocation of a time when the sentiment of this country about certain things appeared to be unified. more...
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  • 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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  • Casanova

    Heath Ledger, starring as the fabled 18th-century Venetian lover, meets his match in a spirited, protofeminist beauty (Sienna Miller). more...
  • The Case Against 8
  • The Case Against 8

    This riveting documentary chronicles the five-year campaign of the nonprofit American Foundation for Equal Rights to have California's Proposition 8, which banned same-sex marriage in 2008, overturned in federal court. more...
  • The Case of the Grinning Cat

    I can't think of a better portrait of contemporary Paris or the zeitgeist of 2001-'04 than Chris Marker's wise and whimsical 58-minute 2004 video. more...
  • Casino Jack (R)

    Not to be confused with Alex Gibney's recent documentary Casino Jack and the United States of Money, this is the dramatic take on Jack Abramoff's high-rolling career as a Washington lobbyist and his precipitous fall amid charges of fraud, conspiracy, and tax evasion. more...
  • Casino Royale

    Clive Owen seemed like the natural choice, but in casting Daniel Craig as the new James Bond, franchise owners Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson opted for someone who looked cold enough to kill a man with his bare hands. more...