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  • Captain America: Civil War (PG-13)

    Despite all the levitating superheroes, this third installment in Marvel's Captain America franchise almost sinks under the weight of its own gravitas, especially during the largely expository first hour. more...
  • Captain America: Civil War 3D (PG-13)

    Despite all the levitating superheroes, this third installment in Marvel's Captain America franchise almost sinks under the weight of its own gravitas, especially during the largely expository first hour. more...
  • Captain America: The First Avenger (PG-13)

    No matter how seamlessly the technology may be integrated (and it's pretty seamless here), the idea of a 3-D comic book adaptation still feels all wrong: the pleasure of reading comics has less to do with perceived depth than with lateral movement. more...
  • Captain America: The First Avenger 3D (PG-13)

    No matter how seamlessly the technology may be integrated (and it's pretty seamless here), the idea of a 3-D comic book adaptation still feels all wrong: the pleasure of reading comics has less to do with perceived depth than with lateral movement. more...
  • Captain Marvel
  • Captain Marvel (PG-13)

    After the triumph ofWonder Woman in 2017, studios and audiences began to wonder: What if other female superhero films had failed not because of a lack of audience interest in the leads, or even a lack of demand, but because the films themselves were shoddily written, acted, directed, and marketed? more...
  • Captain Phillips (PG-13)

    More cool thrills from the military-entertainment complex, with Tom Hanks as the real-life captain of the American shipping vessel hijacked by Somali pirates and rescued by the U.S. Navy in April 2009. more...
  • Casino Royale (PG-13)

    Out of five directors—John Huston, Ken Hughes, Robert Parrish, Joseph McGrath, and Val Guest—only McGrath manages to connect with this brontosaurian James Bond parody (1967). more...
  • Casino Royale (PG-13)

    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...
  • Catfish (PG-13)

    If you're not yet tired of dramas masquerading as documentaries or documentaries that court a "postmodern" disbelief, there are some creepy chuckles to be had from this allegedly true 2010 account of a hip, young New York photographer named Nev Schulman and his Facebook interaction with what seems to be a circle of ardent fans in Michigan. more...
  • Central Intelligence
  • Central Intelligence (PG-13)

    A high school sports hero (Kevin Hart) grows up to become a frustrated accountant, then back into his life comes the obese loser he befriended in school, now a crazy, buffed-out CIA agent (Dwayne Johnson). more...