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  • This Is Not Chiraq
  • This Is Not Chiraq

    Produced as a TV pilot, this 2015 drama opens with a montage of Chicago's architectural gems, set to Sinatra singing "My Kind of Town," that seems more appropriate to a travel website. more...
  • Thieves Like Us (R)

    Robert Altman's good-natured reluctance to be moved by the most common forms of sentiment yields, in this 1974 remake of Nicholas Ray's They Live by Night, a cool, at times unbearably objective look at the fragile relationship between two rather ordinary young people in Depression America (Keith Carradine and Shelley Duvall), who happen to rob banks and get shot at a lot. more...
  • Thunderbolt

    Except for The Saga of Anatahan, this 1929 release is probably the most underrated of Josef von Sternberg's sound pictures, and it's underrated for the same reason: Sternberg is known almost exclusively as a visual stylist, but the most exciting thing here is the highly creative sound track. more...
  • Trance (R)

    Danny Boyle's twisty noir thriller (adapted from a 2001 TV movie of the same name) begins with the sort of ludicrous premise that Fritz Lang or Otto Preminger might have tackled in the late 1940s. more...
  • The Thomas Crown Affair (R)

    It's no doubt dated now, but this heist movie starring Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway was considered pretty hot stuff back in 1968. more...
  • Tip Top
  • Tip Top

    Two French police officers from the internal affairs division—one a sadomasochist (Isabelle Huppert), the other a voyeur (Sandrine Kiberlain)—arrive in a northern town to investigate the suspicious death of an Algerian police informant and enter into a web of shady relationships between corrupt cops and the town's immigrant enclave. more...
  • Texas Killing Fields (R)

    In this southern-fried rehash of David Fincher's Seven (1995), two mismatched police detectives track a fiendish serial killer around the bayou as he taunts and toys with them. more...
  • The Town (R)

    Ben Affleck's feature directing debut, Gone Baby Gone (2007), achieved a tragic depth unusual for a crime film because the child at its center, though rescued from kidnappers, was ultimately deposited back into a hopeless cycle of poverty and domestic abuse. more...
  • Takers (PG-13)

    Matt Dillon gets top billing as a dedicated blue-collar cop, but he doesn't have a fighting chance for the audience's sympathy opposite suave Idris Elba, playing the leader of an upscale gang of LA thieves. more...
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    Total Badass (NR)

    Had Chad Holt been born in Europe 200 years ago, he might have become a great Romantic poet; but as a denizen of contemporary Austin, Texas, he's funneled his libertine intelligence into vulgar zines and hardcore bands with names like Früntbutt. more...
  • The Taking of Pelham 123 (R)

    Superior exercise in urban paranoia (1974); the superb location work of director Joseph Sargent goes a long way toward tempering the artificialities of the plot, which concerns an attempt to hold a subway train for ransom. more...
  • True Romance (R)

    Tony Scott (Top Gun) directs a Quentin Tarantino script about a couple (Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette) fleeing from Detroit to Los Angeles with the mob and the police after them (1993). more...