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  • CAM

    Daniel Goldhaber directed this horror thriller about a camgirl who discovers a double has replaced her on her internet cam show. more...
  • The Case of Hana & Alice
  • The Case of Hana & Alice

    Celebrated Japanese director Shunji Iwai (Love Letter, New York, I Love You) turns to animation in this lilting, piquant 2015 prequel to his 2004 live-action high school rom-com Hana and Alice, opting for rotoscoping rather than the ubiquitous anime style of wide-eyed waifs that derives from manga. more...
  • Chicken with Vinegar

    One of the more flagrant injustices of foreign-film distribution has been the near total eclipse of Claude Chabrol in this country. more...
  • Cloud Atlas (R)

    David Mitchell's acclaimed 2004 novel consists of six stories, the first set in the 19th century and each subsequent one happening later in human history, with the last taking place in the distant future. more...
  • Clue (PG)

    The murder-mystery board game becomes a frantic, unfunny spoof (1985) under the direction of British TV writer Jonathan Lynn. more...
  • Cold Weather (NR)

    With this third feature, Aaron Katz (Dance Party USA, Quiet City) tries to extend the much-hyped "mumblecore" indie past its usual postcollegiate solipsism by marrying it to the detective thriller. more...
  • The Color of Lies

    After a schoolgirl is found raped and strangled in the woods, suspicion falls on the professional painter (Jacques Gamblin) who welcomed her into his home for an art class and was the last person to see her alive; as he fumes and frets, his lovely wife (Sandrine Bonnaire) slips into an affair with a successful journalist (Antoine de Caunes) who may be the real killer. more...
  • The Commuter
  • The Commuter (PG-13)

    Liam Neeson and director Jaume Collet-Serra, who collaborated on the action hit Non-Stop (2014), reunite for this misbegotten thriller about extortion and murder on a New York commuter train. more...
  • Complete Unknown
  • Complete Unknown (R)

    Happy Birthday Tony reads the botched cake served by Tom and Ramina to their dinner guests, and in a moment of frustration Tom (Michael Shannon) chops off the end of the cursive lettering to leave his own name. more...
  • Conflict

    A 1945 programmer starring Humphrey Bogart as a wealthy executive in love with his passionless wife's younger sister. more...
  • A Conspiracy of Faith

    The Dept. Q Trilogy, based on three best-selling crime novels by Danish writer Jussi Adler-Olsen, draws comparisons with Stieg Larsson's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo franchise: set in Scandinavia and featuring a sullen male protagonist, it's violent, hard-boiled, and psychologically disturbing. more...