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  • Shaolin

    This loose remake of the old Jet Li favorite The Shaolin Temple (1982) is a familiar but perfectly competent genre entertainment, its creaky storytelling countered by its well-choreographed action and old-fashioned star power. more...
  • Sheba, Baby (PG)

    Even the spectacular Pam Grier is sandbagged in this clumsy black actioner (1975) by William Girdler; she plays a private detective trying to stop the mob from taking over her father's loan company. more...
  • Shogun Assassin

    Producer David Weisman has taken the first two episodes of a popular Japanese samurai series—the so-called “Babycart” films—and spliced them into this incredibly violent, thoroughly delirious 1980 feature. more...
  • New
    Smuggler

    After a string of lighter films (The Taste of Tea, Funky Forest: The First Contact), Japanese director Katsuhito Ishii returns to the violent gangster milieu of his debut feature, Shark Skin Man and Peach Hip Girl (1998). more...
  • Spark

    Aaron Woodley directed this feature-length animation, in which a wisecracking teenage monkey must stop a power-hungry ruler from destroying the universe. more...
  • Spring Breakers (R)

    Indie veteran Harmony Korine learns a valuable lesson: why hang around with disconsolate small-town weirdos (Gummo, Julien Donkey-Boy) when you can film young women shaking their bare breasts? more...