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  • Dom Hemingway
  • Dom Hemingway (R)

    "Jude Law is Dom Hemingway," reads the poster for this British comedy—just in case you needed some persuading that the poised, delicately handsome actor could pull off his role as a brutal, randy, flamboyant, explosively angry ex-con. more...
  • Drive (R)

    Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn made a name for himself with the brutal, proudly amoral Pusher trilogy, then successfully exported his personal brand of mayhem to the UK for the fact-based prison drama Bronson (2008). more...
  • The Drop
  • The Drop (R)

    James Gandolfini, in his last movie role, plays the mobbed-up owner of a Brooklyn workingman's bar, but the more impressive performance here comes from Tom Hardy as his younger cousin, a guileless soul who tends bar and worries that they've gotten themselves in too deep. more...
  • Easy Money (R)

    Based on a best-selling Swedish crime novel, this 2010 thriller tells the story of a bright economics student from a poor family (Joel Kinnaman) who poses as wealthy to impress his affluent friends. more...
  • End of Watch (R)

    I'm not sure who appointed David Ayer poet laureate for the LAPD, but at least he takes the job seriously; along with the usual mean-streets bluster and brutality, his cop-thriller screenplays (Training Day, Dark Blue) conscientiously record the hardening effects of a thankless and frequently pointless job. more...
  • Filth (R)

    Jon S. Baird directed this adaptation of the Irvine Welsh book about a crooked, drug-addicted cop (James McAvoy) vying for a coveted detective position. more...
  • Foxcatcher
  • Foxcatcher (R)

    Bennett Miller follows his acclaimed Moneyball (2011) with the story of Olympic philanthropist John Eleuthère du Pont, and as in the earlier movie, competitive sports becomes the vehicle for a brutal economics lesson. more...
  • The Gambler (R)

    Mark Wahlberg stars in this remake of James Toback's 1974 debut film, as a once-promising novelist whose career has petered out and whose gambling addiction has gotten him into trouble with a fearsome loan shark. more...
  • Gangster Squad (R)

    This noirish mob actioner from Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland) originally included a scene of gangsters firing from behind a silver screen into a movie audience; after the multiplex massacre in Aurora, Colorado, that scene was deleted, so you'll have to settle for the opening one, in which a hood with his limbs tied to two different cars is torn in half onscreen. more...
  • The Godfather, Part II (R)

    Three hours and 20 minutes of Al Pacino suffering openly, Robert Duvall suffering silently, Diane Keaton suffering noisily, and (every so often) Robert De Niro suffering good-naturedly is almost too much, but Francis Ford Coppola pulls it off in grand style. more...
  • Good Time
  • Good Time (R)

    Josh and Benny Safdie's ferocious, darkly comic crime drama takes place mostly over one long night, as a bank robber (Robert Pattinson in a galvanizing performance) does anything he can to raise bail for his intellectually disabled brother. more...