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  • Science Fair
  • Science Fair (PG)

    Inspiration and suspense abound in this documentary, which follows brilliant teenagers from around the world as they compete in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. more...
  • Shorts (PG)

    Magic vies with technology in this exuberant adventure comedy, which unfolds achronologically in a series of zany, effects-laden vignettes. more...
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  • Shrek (PG)

    Characters from the classics make cameo appearances in this computer-generated survey of fairy-tale history (2001)—a movie whose story may be even more innovative than the superreal solidity of the animated characters. more...
  • Sleeper (PG)

    Woody Allen takes a 200-year snooze after an ulcer operation and wakes up in 2173, where he finds, to no one's surprise, Diane Keaton (as sphinxlike as ever), a Volkswagen, and a good number of Richard Nixon jokes. more...
  • Space Jam (PG)

    From the producers of Ghostbusters comes this 1996 comic fantasy combining live action and animation, featuring Michael Jordan and the major Looney Tunes characters (Bugs Bunny is the only one who gets costar status, but they're all in evidence). more...
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  • The Spook Who Sat by the Door (PG)

    Possibly the most radical of the blaxploitation films of the 70s, this movie was an overnight success when released in 1973, then was abruptly taken out of distribution for reasons still not entirely clear. more...
  • Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (PG)

    Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino return as married secret agents whose son (Daryl Sabara) and daughter (Alexa Vega) have become junior spies. more...
  • The Sting (PG)

    Top-notch entertainment (1973), pairing Paul Newman and Robert Redford as two penny-ante con men who set up a hilariously complex “Big Con” to fleece Irish gangster Robert Shaw out of half a million dollars in Depression-era Chicago. more...