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  • Unforgettable (R)

    After making a name for himself as a director of postnoirs (Red Rock West, The Last Seduction), John Dahl switches genres to SF thriller, and thanks in part to a sprawling and undisciplined, if not preposterous, script (by Bill Geddie, the executive producer of several Barbara Walters specials), complete with a mad forensic pathologist (Ray Liotta), he hits the skids. more...
  • Unforgettable
  • Unforgettable (R)

    Katherine Heigl's reputation as a Hollywood terror leads, inevitably, to her debut as a screen villain, aptly described by one character in this dull thriller as a “psycho Barbie” (carving knife not included). more...
  • Unfriended
  • Unfriended (R)

    Six teenagers engaged in a group chat on Skype are terrorized by the ghost of a classmate who killed herself a year earlier. more...
  • Unknown (PG-13)

    Screenwriters Oliver Butcher and Stephen Cornwell take a provocative premise—an American scientist in Berlin loses his passport and his identity, after which even his wife claims not to know him—and spin it into dunderheaded improbability. more...
  • Unsane
  • Unsane (R)

    A young professional (Claire Foy), looking over her shoulder in a new town, tries to join a support group for stalking victims but finds that she's checked herself into a mental clinic and can't get out; soon she begins identifying one of the orderlies (Joshua Leonard) as the man who pursued her. more...
  • Unstoppable (PG-13)

    After human error sends a 39-car freight train, unmanned and loaded with toxic chemicals, racing through southern Pennsylvania, a couple of working stiffs—longtime train engineer Denzel Washington and new political hire Chris Pine—valiantly set off in hot pursuit. more...